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Visiting Lungarotti Winery, Italy

Visiting Lungarotti Winery, Italy

This year, 2012, sees the Umbrian producer Lungarotti celebrate two anniversaries. It has been 50 years since the renovation of the winery and vineyards and 50Read More

Platter’s South African Wine Guide

Platter’s South African Wine Guide

Not sure I quite understand the significance of the coffee pot that Bertus Fourie is shown pouring his wine from on page 312; but it hasRead More

Chapel Down Nectar Late Harvest

Chapel Down Nectar Late Harvest

I’m on an Italian bent (Oi! Stop it…) at the mo. Last October’s EWBC in Brescia and trips out to Fruili and Alto Adige followed byRead More

In Photos – A Tasting at Mustilli Winery

In Photos – A Tasting at Mustilli Winery

I’ve been in Italy, vineyard hopping, snow permitting, from Umbria down to Campania and Naples. Not just me, I should add, but a party of fabulousRead More

Tramin Winery, Alto Adige, Italy

Tramin Winery, Alto Adige, Italy

It’s a rather dramatic building; vibrantly painted struts form abstract shapes with the windows reflecting the forested mountains behind. The Tramin winery nestled under these cragsRead More

Maynard’s Port

Maynard’s Port

Port – it’s a winter thing aint it? Like many I’ve sipped on white port cocktails in the spring and drunk chilled, fruity, LBV’s through aRead More

Andrew Barrow
6 Dec
Domaine Seguela Les Candalieres 2007

Domaine Seguela Les Candalieres 2007

Over all the months and years of my wine drinking and critiquing I might just have narrowed down my favourite style of red. Don’t misunderstand thoughRead More

Mas Amiel 2008 Vin Doux Natural

Mas Amiel 2008 Vin Doux Natural

What do I know about Maury? Well, it’s a Vin Doux Natural – meaning it’s a sweet wine where the fermentation is halted leaving a littleRead More

Schioppettino, Ribolla Gialla and Vitovska – Three Terribly Obscure Italian Grapes

Schioppettino, Ribolla Gialla and Vitovska – Three Terribly Obscure Italian Grapes

If there is one thing to excite a wine lover it is the discovery of a new wine. Whether in the form of travel to anRead More

Bastianich, Friulano

Bastianich, Friulano

I had no idea where we were; I was a little unsure which day it actually was. But here we were, disgorged from the bus atRead More

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