NZ wine's beginnings

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Winner of last year's wine writing competition Chris Howard reports on an atmospheric but rarely publicised corner of the wine world. See also his account of Northland wine today. Above, The Landing. ‘We sweat and cry salt water, so we know that the ocean is really in our blood.’ Teresia Teaiwa ‘To understand the present it is necessary to

Krug and Grand Siècle verticals

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Vertical tastings of two wines whose origins used to be mysterious. Here’s a conundrum. Prestige champagne is in short supply as never before, yet there seems to be no let up in the extent to which its producers wish to publicise it.  Krug Just when importers all over the world are scrabbling for their allocations of Krug’s multi-vintage
Jancis Robinson

Media Centre - DWWA

3 weeks 3 days ago

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Olivia Mason

Vineyard management companies' virtues

3 weeks 3 days ago
The other side of the argument re VMCs. Above, the Results team at a go-kart team-building exercise (see below). Last August, I wrote an article on the history of vineyard management companies and the division of viticulture and winemaking. In November, I followed up with a case for taking farming in-house (estate farming). I did not write more
Samantha Cole-Johnson

The panoply of still UK Pinot

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Could the Pinot family become the UK's still-wine speciality? The photo above is, after all of Pinot vines in Wales, no less… It was tasting an outstanding Oastbrook Pinot Gris and a Stopham Pinot Blanc last year that really got me thinking that maybe English still wine didn't need to be all about nettled Bacchus and Geisenheim hybrids. It was
Tamlyn Currin

More must-taste wines selected by Decanter’s Regional Editors for DFWE NYC

3 weeks 3 days ago
Over 1,800 wine enthusiasts gathered at the Landmark Hotel for the 2018 Decanter Fine Wine Encounter.

In the second part of this series, Decanter’s editorial team members highlight the wines they are looking forward to tasting at the upcoming Decanter Fine Wine Encounter NYC on Saturday 18th June 2022. Tina Gellie – Content Manager and Regional Editor (US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand & South Africa) Burrowing Owl, Cabernet Sauvignon, Okanagan Valley, […]

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Alex Layton