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Vintage Reports

Each time we release the wines of a new vintage, we assess the conditions and factors which have shaped the wines of that year. We draw on first hand commentary from leading growers in the region which we gather during our regional visits. Such trips allow us to better understand the merits of a vintage which we then relay to our clients. Drawing on our own tasting experience, we compare to previous vintages and advise on the longevity and quality of the wines produced. 


Burgundy 2019 - The Brave New World of Burgundy

After a run of three vintages that could all be classified hot and dry, it appears Burgundy is going through a transition and growers are learning how to handle such conditions. The growing season is getting underway earlier than before, meaning vines start earlier while frost remains a risk. Harvest dates are becoming earlier, 

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Bordeaux 2019

In all likelihood the 2019 Bordeaux En Primeur campaign will commence in earnest in early June amid some considerable uncertainty.
As in previous years, we will email out offers of wines where we believe there is a merit in purchasing, and list full availability of the 2019s as they release on our website, as whether or not we...

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Burgundy 2018

The 2018 vintage in Burgundy has attracted plenty of comment to date. The UK wine magazine, Decanter, released an article shortly after the harvest with the tagline that there were whispers in Burgundy suggesting this vintage could become ‘one of the region's all-time great vintages’; other sources alluded to the great 1947 vinta...

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Bordeaux 2018: 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 vintage ‘work’ on a commercial footi...

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Piemonte 2015: Deceptively classic wines from a...

Following a week-long trip to Piemonte in February, it is clear that the 2015 Barolo vintage has delivered some truly notable successes, but divergent styles and qualities. In Piemonte, where the unique nature of vineyard sites, the differing topography, altitude and aspect are so considerable – not to mention the differing approaches to w...

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Burgundy 2017: 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 week in Burgundy, tasting at 20 properties across the Côte d’Or this autumn. A special set of circumstances have delivered a fascin...

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Atlas Fine Wines Ltd. 

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London, EC2V 8AU
T: +44 (0) 20 3017 2299
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