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Reflections on tasting from barrel: revisiting Vincent Dancer

Tasting from bottle is essentially a matter of recording one’s impressions. Bottled wines are stable and evolve comparatively slowly; though they may be more or less open, easier or more difficult to read, tasting them is, at least in principle, a simple enough task. 1,278 more words


A visit to Domaine Ramonet

Visiting Domaine Ramonet was always going to be something of a personal pilgrimage. Ramonet’s wines were among of the first white Burgundies to grab my attention, initiating a fascination which has only deepened over the years that followed. 1,779 more words


Cork and Bottle, Wine Bar, London

Invited in a Christmas party in Leicester square.
Amazing Wine bar and Amazing Food out there.

Lots of pictures then, because, superb wines!

> Cork and Bottle…

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Côte de Beaune Burgundy

Burgundy is best known for two major grape varieties – Chardonnay, responsible for the white wines, and Pinot Noir for the reds. Burgundy is divided into a patchwork of appellations, some making white wine, some making red and some split between the two. 672 more words

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