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The Problem With Alsace Wines Is…

The Problem With Alsace Wines Is…

There is one major problem with the wines from Alsace. It is not the old issue with bottle shape – the singular reason many retailers spoutRead More

Andrew Barrow
3 Aug
Three Wines I Love & Three Wines I Don’t

Three Wines I Love & Three Wines I Don’t

It’s next to impossible to cover all the wines tasted in a blog; time being the main blockage. One of the criticisms thrown at wine blogsRead More

Bibendum Sale – Six Wines Tasted

Bibendum Sale – Six Wines Tasted

One of the UK’s most interesting wine retailers – Bibendum – are hosting a sale. An opportunity to taste a small selection of the wines includedRead More

A Selection of Wines from Domaine Paul Zinck, Alsace

A Selection of Wines from Domaine Paul Zinck, Alsace

First halt in a four day Alsace wine tour, a delightful restaurant Au Vieux Porche in the village of Eguisheim. Seeing as the restaurant manager isRead More

The World’s Oldest Wine Barrel

The World’s Oldest Wine Barrel

One of the most recognisable names and also one of the oldest wine families in Alsace is Hugel. Under the winery, improbably positioned in the heartRead More

Chenin Blanc Comparison – Wine Blogging Wednesday

Chenin Blanc Comparison – Wine Blogging Wednesday

Two different wines can’t really be considered a representative sample. More a fun exercise to explore how differing wines from Up Top and Down Under compareRead More

Domaine Saint Ferréol Viognier, 2006, Vin de Pays d’Oc, France

Domaine Saint Ferréol Viognier, 2006, Vin de Pays d’Oc, France

Wine merchants exist for one single reason – to flog us wine. Their sales patter can verge on the obscene leaving the feeling that they shouldRead More

Domaine Cristia Replies On Naked Wines

Domaine Cristia Replies On Naked Wines

To sum up Web2.0 or even Wine2.0 is as simple as using one word – Conversation. But despite the potential for ‘chat’ via a blogs commentRead More

Domaine Cristia from Naked Wines

Domaine Cristia from Naked Wines

From one of Naked Wines’ free offerings (free apart from postage and duty) Domaine Cristia. The mixed case of six offered three different wines, four bottlesRead More

Paul Autard Chateauneuf-du-Pape, 2007, Rhone, France

Paul Autard Chateauneuf-du-Pape, 2007, Rhone, France

Another of those pre-release samples I received awhile back; this Chateauneuf-du-Pape, while entirly too young was a delicious joy partnered with roasted Lamb Shanks. Review0.3 WineRead More

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