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    Fernando de Castilla
    Fino Classic Dry-Sec Jerez de la Frontera
    0.75l White
    €13.00 €10.74
    A fino with a bright pale yellow colour, very fresh and bone dry – and above all a mouthwatering acidity which stimulates the taste buds. With smokey aromas of roasted almonds on the nose, the palate is very long with a pure, clean finish.

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    Vinding Montecarrubo
    Il Piccolo Terre Siciliane IGT
    0.75l Red
    €22.00 €18.18
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    2017 Liberta
    Toscana IGT
    0.75l Red
    €14.75 €12.19
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    Atlantic Way
    Rias Baixas D.O.
    0.75l White
    €9.50 €7.85
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    Château de la Maltroye
    Premier Cru Supérieur 0.75l White
    €52.65 €43.51
Wine news
  • The power of 2018 primeurs
    My “En Primeur” week started with a wonderful tasting at Cheval Blanc which unites the top producers from Saint Emilion and Pomerol in a wonderful evening that is organised by Pierre-Olivier Clouet the chateau’s charismatic technical director. It is a tasting among peers; no judgements are made but it is a great opportunity to tasted each other’s wines. During the harvest we are often in and out of each other’s cellars, experiencing the challenges and the decisions which we all face with each harvest...
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  • Meaningful wines
    I’ve never been a fan of “dry January” believing that it is not which wine you drink that matters but how you drink. As the long dark nights drag on and the weather is dull, we all need a bit of comfort at the beginning of the year. Moderation is of course important but there is so much more to wine than alcohol and calories.
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  • The 2018 Harvest in Bordeaux – Weird and Wonderful
    You would have thought that with over 20 harvests under my belt, (for Jacques is it over 40), we have seen it all and it is easy to blithely compare the current vintage to a previous one. The 2018 vintage was so bizarre that even the 2016 vintage which was another “Janus” vintage of one-half year wet and one-half year dry, makes for a difficult comparison.
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