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WSET Level 2: What You Need to Know About Chardonnay

It’s the world’s most popular and widely grown — but also most maligned — grape. Lots of people think they don’t like it because of bad experiences with cheap and nasty examples.  697 more words

Wine

Cod loin with caper butter sauce

Cod is a fantastic fish to eat but it is generally just used for deep-fried battered fish and chips in this country which, nice though it is to eat occasionally, is a pretty unimaginative thing to do with a nice piece of cod. 260 more words

Food And Drink

Falling in love with White Burgundy

At the moment, I am in the process of moving. Not only I have to move my clothes, books and magazines, but I also have to think about finding my wine a new home. 750 more words

France

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

Burgundy

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

Burgundy

Goisot Bourgogne Aligoté 2014

 (Burgundy, France) / 80

I think you all know this wine by now, amazing value Burgundy from the Côtes d’Auxerre in the extreme north of the region (but not quite in Chablis).   11 more words

Under $100

Wine from the suburbs

I know we’ve done this before but I just couldn’t resist another taste. It is from Marsannay, the northernmost AC in the Cotes de Nuits and, as such, starts in the southern suburbs of Dijon. 171 more words

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