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2017 Brouilly, Alex Foillard - a downright deli...

Beaujolais never used to be considered the most dynamic of wine regions, rather it was seen as inherently associated with traditionalism. As with some many other regions, a new generation of winemakers has breathed new life into the wines that we now see emerging. Jean Foillard has developed something approaching cult-status for his various Morg...

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2015 Brunello di Montalcino, Talenti 'a multi-l...

We have been assessing the 2015 Brunello di Montalcino releases with interest. 2015 was clearly a very fine vintage for most of Tuscany and in particular Brunello di Montalcino – as Ian D’Agata writes on vinous.com: ‘Wine lovers everywhere are in for a real treat with Montalcino’s latest releases. The 2015 Brunellos a...

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Two Cru Barolo from Francesco Rinaldi

As commented before, the success of the 2016 vintage in Barolo has happily coincided with a significant uptick in winemaking skill, that has been building for several years. Consequently, I have been impressed by a broader base of growers than in the past – the average quality in 2016 is very high and the wines are very compelling.
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Mixed cases – ready for immediate delivery: som...

A number of clients have contacted us in recent days requesting drinking wines to tide them over whilst they are holed up at home. So, in response to this, and in the interest of stocking up for the weeks ahead, we will be offering a selection of mixed drinking cases, starting now with a 6-bottle Piemonte-themed mixed case, with all wines drinki...

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2016 Barolo from Parusso including the 'simply ...

Great vintages have a habit of throwing a few surprises as dramatic quality extends beyond the normal overachievers, hence the need to taste as widely as possible. In many ways, that is a key feature of a great vintage; the quality of the grapes is so high at the point of harvest that everyone’s chances of producing a great wine are increa...

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NEW: Two fascinating Pinot Noir from an upcomin...

I recently headed to a trade tasting in Munich solely to taste a wide range of German Pinot Noir. Why? I have tasted examples from certain growers that suggest that Germany is benefiting from climate change and a base of younger growers who have really learnt their art. It has been quite some time since I had the chance to taste so many German P...

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