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thedailywineSS.pngDuly added to the Brit Blogs Hall of Fame - The Daily Wine is only new in so far as I have only just discovered it, posts stretch back to February 2006!

Written by one Douglas Blyde - who also it seems writes for the Southwark News and works at Vinopolis - recent posts include tasting notes on two Manzanilla sherries, and a Pinot Noir to accompany a Wild Boar terrine.

It is next to impossible to keep up with the myriad of wine related blogs so new blogs seldom get a mention; but I find the writing distinctive and engaging, as can be seen from this sherry tasting note, and we can always do with more Brit Blogs!

The Jurado from Berry Bros. & Rudd smelt of engine oil mingled with cooking fat (dripping), bracken (in fact the little clumps of scenery from model railways). Slightly burnt too. However on the palate this Cinderella went to the ball - becoming beautiful, flowing, with a slight citrus palate and a poised acidity. Silk sheets softness, with a better integration of fleurs de sal."
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