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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 2015

It seems that interest in Burgundy is about to reach fever pitch as the 2015s are released onto the market across late December and early January.  From the moment the fruit was harvested, there has been plenty of comment on this widely acclaimed red Burgundy vintage which has – if anything –  been heightened by the backdro...

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Bordeaux 2015

For whatever reason, there seems to be an effort to ink in Bordeaux 2015 as a ‘homogenous vintage’ even though a cursory glance at the weather patterns across the region would tell you otherwise. To be clear, if you have drought conditions, expect variation. If rainfall varies in timing and volume across the region at harvest, expect...

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Burgundy 2014

Following our extensive tastings this year, it is clear that 2014 Burgundy has a great deal to offer, yet its value and qualities may be in danger of being overlooked as the promise of the far bolder 2015 vintage looms large on the horizon. To miss out on 2014, would however, be an incredibly...

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Burgundy 2013

If you have followed the wine press these last couple of years, you could hardly have avoided the fact that the 2013 vintage conditions presented challenges across many European viticultural regions.  When we focus on Burgundy in particular, we can see that, despite the undeniably...

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Bordeaux 2013

2013 will go down as a very difficult vintage – a taxing one for each and every team at each and every Château. There was barely a stage when they could take their eyes off of their vineyards and there is little doubt that, had this vintage occurred...

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Burgundy 2012

Let’s get one fact straight:  lower quantity does not necessarily lead to higher quality, but it certainly exacerbates demand. I can confirm however, that as regards the 2012 vintage, quality is also riding high across our portfolio of growers. Aside from...

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