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2018 Bordeaux: Handle with care

2018 Bordeaux: Handle with care

As the annual game of sensationalising the latest Bordeaux vintage starts to get underway, there have already been claims that this is ‘the vintage of a generation’ and ‘a legendary vintage in the making’. As ever, such claims reveal the desire among the UK trade to see the...

2018 Bordeaux Vintage Report
2015 Piemonte: Deceptively classic wines

2015 Piemonte: Deceptively classic wines

Given the plethora of new names and resurgent estates, there is probably no more exciting region to visit than Piemonte. Greater global interest seems to land here with each passing year. Barolo and Barbaresco are winning favour in the market...

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2017 Burgundy: The advent of a modern classic?

2017 Burgundy: The advent of a modern classic?

As the 2017 vintage is due to be released in January, our attentions turn to expressing the qualities of this vintage, penning our vintage report and tasting notes. Five members of the Atlas team spent a...

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2017 Domaine Louis Michel

2017 Domaine Louis Michel

Today, you could be forgiven for thinking that any Chablis vintage is a story of a vigneron fighting to protect his or her vineyard against frost. With warmer starts to the year, and vines bursting into action that bit earlier, the risks have increased...

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Bordeaux 2018: Release Pricing
Bordeaux 2018: Release Pricing

As ever, we will do our best to highlight wines where we feel confident in the quality and the value offered. This isn’t an exact science, but we won’t be shy in sharing the Atlas view. This year we will also flag the availability of a wider number of wines...

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2015 Barolo: Deceptively classic wines from a warm vintage
2015 Barolo: Deceptively classic wines from a warm vintage

Given the plethora of new names and resurgent estates, there is probably no more exciting region to visit than Piemonte. Greater global interest seems to land here with each passing year. Barolo and Barbaresco are winning...

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Atlas Fine Wines Limited serves private clients seeking qualified advice on collecting fine wine. With London and Swiss offices and an extensive network of trade contacts worldwide, our experienced team’s wine knowledge and in-depth understanding of market trends enable us to provide well-selected fine wine offers, efficient broking and class-leading reserves management.  It is our approach that sets us apart. We bring expertise, insight and tailored opportunities to our clients, priding ourselves on the quality of our advice, our responsiveness and our transparency. These principles are reflected in all aspects of our business.

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