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  • World

    A Sleeping Giant

    Great winemaking areas usually have some kind of incline and is close to a body of water, either between 30-50 degrees north of the equator or 30-50 degrees south of the equator.

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  • South Africa

    A Decade Ago...

    David Bowie said: “Speak in extremes, it’ll save you time.” We’re following his advice in an effort to encapsulate the 10 years this case of De Trafford has lain ageing.

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  • World

    A Kuddelmuddel of Riesling

    Kann ich mehr Riesling bitte? Our first taste of a well-aged Kabinett, with that intoxicating petrol scent, sparked a sudden sense of Torschlusspanik (fear that time is running out).

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  • World

    The Golden Slopes

    Burgundy. Given what we now know, we’re starting to understand the recurring biblical theme in French wine. Fitting given that most of the vineyards belonged to the Church.

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  • World

    Notes on Burgundy

    You want to spend time with people you love, surrounded by the works of art you most enjoy and, if you love great beverages, you might choose to do this sipping Champagne or simply inhaling the aromas of great Burgundy.

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  • World

    GAJA

    Angelo Gaja said: “We don’t sell Barbaresco, Barolo, Bolgheri or Brunello, we sell Gaja.”

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