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Three great 2019 Grands Crus from Domaine Rossi...

“Only one factor inhibits Nicolas Rossignol from waxing lyrical about the 2019 vintage, and that is that he is even more excited by their 2020s!” wrote Jasper Morris MW in his 2019 vintage report on the highly informative insideburgundy.com. This comment chimes with our own sentiment about this increasingly in form domaine. There is ...

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NV Mycorhize, De Sousa - a stunning Grand Cru C...

1,212 bottles each year is not a lot of stock to meet global demand, particularly when the wine in question is an outstanding, remarkably fairly priced, Grand Cru Champagne from De Sousa.
 
I am pleased to say we have just purchased our new allocation of Atlas’ fastest-selling Champagne. Thi...

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Three unfamiliar words: Bobal, Pino, Ponce - a ...

The winemaking approach at Ponce is remarkably traditional, though very little sulphur dioxide is used to preserve the wines. The aim is to produce wine as naturally as makes sense. The grapes are fermented with their stems, as is an increasing trend in modern-day Burgundy. The stems, when ripe, are a valuable source of tannins and add a spicy c...

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2018 Dog Point : A serious NZ Chardonnay

One of the most popular offers last year was the 2017 Dog Point Chardonnay. This New Zealand Chardonnay impressed many clients with its nod to a Burgundian style and we are pleased to be offering the 2018 release. As Jancis Robinson once commented ‘unusually for a NZ producer, (Dog Point) takes Chardonnay seriously’. This Marlborough...

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2018 Siepi, Fonterutoli - The best yet for this...

Siepi has become a Tuscan icon, but it is a highly unusual blend of grape varieties, namely Merlot and Sangiovese. The blending of a so-called international variety and an indigenous one is no issue, particularly given that Merlot has been in evidence in a number of great Tuscan wines for many decades now, but these two varieties aren’t ne...

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2018s from Weingut Dautel - high-class German P...

Around this time last year, we struck it lucky. My colleague, Laura Hollingsworth, and I headed to a tasting in Munich to assess a range of different German Pinot Noir, or Spätburgunder, and happened upon the wines of Weingut Dautel. This tasting afforded us a great opportunity to compare examples from leading estates and gain a view of the...

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