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2015 Flaccianello della Pieve, Fontodi

‘Flaccianello has routinely been among the most exciting wines in Tuscany’ so writes Antonio Galloni on  As I have previously commented, to produce ‘routinely’ exciting wines takes a serious amount of hard work and application in the vineyard. As if evening up the balance, Tuscany has witnessed an excepti...

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2017 Moulin-à-Vent, Château des Jacques

Sometimes you have a chance to taste a range of wines of which you might normally be a touch dismissive, either on account of previous tasting experience or simply reputation. And sometimes, your preconceived ideas are challenged or in this case, blown away. After Hannah visited Château des Jacques earlier this summer, and returned serious...

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2016 Pinot Noir, Hannes Storm

We are pleased to say that, not only has our allocation of Hannes Storm’s outstanding Pinot Noir remained intact, but we have actually been able to increase it and add the third single vineyard Pinot Noir in Hannes’ range, the ‘Ridge’. Please see Simon's comments below. 
I have been seriously impre...

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2014 Barolo, Vietti

How would you define a tricky vintage? Perhaps a vintage where your vineyards had to endure hail and heavy rain over the summer months? Perhaps ‘tricky’ isn’t the word, ‘taxing’ might be more appropriate, as in 2014 in Piemonte, growers had to be unusually attentive in the vineyard to safeguard their vines and fruit...

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2017 Château Smith Haut Lafitte Blanc

There are very few dry white Bordeaux that deliver stunning quality. With the exception of the stable of wines from Château Haut-Brion, there are only a very few names that regularly appear at the upper end of the scoresheet. One that is almost always present is, however, the white from Château Smith Haut Lafitte. I am almost always ...

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2017 Château Haut-Bailly

After a remarkably slow start, it appears that the Bordeaux en primeur campaign is finally gaining momentum. Whether or not this is reflected by interest in the market remains to be seen. At Atlas, we have continued to highlight releases that we believe are genuinely compelling by judging the release price against the wine’s quality as wel...

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