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Raymond Blanc at Manoir Aux Quat' Saisons is dropping New World Wines from his wine list in favour of French.

Manoir.com
"For the first step, we are removing from our list, all the over-oaked, `New World` style red wines, regardless of their origin. We are bidding goodbye to, and ridding our cellars of, wines that are unbalanced, whether through jammy fruit, lack of tannin or too much oak. We will also remove all of the white wines which are flavoured with too much vanilla, over-oaked or too buttery... these wines may be enjoyed as an aperitif with friends but do not enhance and complement fine food."

From http://www.frenchduck.co.uk/WHATSON.htm

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