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2016 Bekkers, McLaren Vale

Watching Australia develop over the last ten years has been fascinating. We have seen the emergence of a number of smaller producers zoning in on specific combinations of terroirs and varieties to great effect. The modern-day goals are less overt than in the past and we are seeing greater sophistication and elegance than perhaps ever before. To ...

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2018 La Rifra: 'Libiam' Laguna and 'Il Foyer’ S...

Two wines for you to consider that surprised Simon when he tasted them last week...these are remarkably well-priced and possess a certain quality that is uncommon to most at this level and certainly from this origin.
2018 ‘Libiam’, Lugana, La Rifra at £60 per 6 bottle case in bond
2018 ‘Il...

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2018 Roero Arneis, Vietti

A very straight-forward offer for you, but one that should appeal if you are looking for an interesting white with a point of difference. Arneis is a lesser-known white grape variety grown in Piemonte, in north-western Italy. I would suggest that the vast majority of production lacks any real distinction, but it is a different story when produce...

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2017 Domaine Drouhin-Laroze

From the Bourgogne Rouge up to their Clos-de-Bèze and a single barrel of the sadly quantity-depleted Musigny, these were wonderful, life-affirming, quite cerebral wines in the making. Given the enviable, glittering array of holdings, trust me, Drouhin-Laroze could rapidly be up there with the very best, alongside the likes of, say, Rousse...

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2016 Pinot Bianco Riserva, Vorberg, Cantina Ter...

Antonio Galloni gave the 1955 Pinot Bianco ‘Vorberg’ – yes the 1955 – 100 points when tasted in 2013, commenting that it surprised a group of wine lovers who have had the world’s greatest bottles many times. His colleague, Ian d’Agata, scored the 1959 at 99 point, and the 1966 at 98 points. Recent vintages fai...

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2016 Il Poggione and 2016 Renato Corino

We have offered the Brunello di Montalcino and the Barolo from these respective estates in the recent past.  When we did we also bought up these more humble wines, enamoured as we were of the quality and harmony displayed.  At under £25 a bottle on the table these are brilliant value, and let’s face it, not every sofa merit...

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