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NEW RELEASE : 2019 Dog Point - The perfect blue...

The 2019 vintage will go down as a low-yielding but highly successful one for New Zealand and I have been awaiting the chance to taste new releases for some time as many producers have suggested it is their finest vintage to date, with Marlborough proving particularly noteworthy.
 
I was fascinated to see how one of my favourite...

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OPENING OFFER : 2020 Châteauneuf-Du-Pape From M...

2020 completes a trio of hot, dry years in the southern Rhône, all of which have delivered some notable successes. The 2020s that I have started to taste show a more supple accent in contrast to the more powerful 2019s, yet they are by no means lacking in richness and substance. I have now tasted through a range of samples, and it reveals ...

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2015 Barolo, Riserva Rüncot, Elio Grasso - 'abs...

‘Grasso fans will not want to miss the 2015 Riserva Rüncot' - Antonio Galloni, Vinous, November 2021
 
The first vintage for Grasso’s Riserva ‘Rüncot’ was 1995. Since then, quality has edged ever higher, perhaps on account of the run of recent vintages witnessed in Piemonte, but without doubt, i...

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2019 Las Gravas, Casa Castillo : "World-class M...

Last year, Simon predicted we would be offering more incredibly individual Spanish wines than ever before. We are tasting more and more fascinating examples, often from less familiar and fairly underappreciated regions, made by skilled winemakers focused on high quality, terroir-driven expressions who are setting ...

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2019 Bourgogne Chardonnay, Domaine Latour-Girau...

It is always such a pleasure to visit and taste with Jean-Pierre Latour, as I was able to do again in November 2021. He converses with such ease and honesty about his wines. As Jasper Morris MW wrote recently, Jean-Pierre Latour “is one of the most thoughtful winemakers I have come across, thinking through every stage whether viticulture, ...

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2016 Brunello, Fuligni : "Brunello doesn’t get ...

You could be forgiven for thinking that nearly every Brunello di Montalcino receives glowing critical tasting notes. After all, a certain American critic has a habit of doling out lofty scores and huge praise for a great number Brunello to such an extent that it all washes over the reader, who cannot distinguish between them, particularly in a h...

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