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Joseph Voillot 2014: Unmissable Volnays and Pommards

Jean-Pierre Charlot of Domaine Joseph Voillot is without doubt one of the warmest, most genuine men you could ever hope to meet – and he’s a terrific winemaker to boot. He is a favourite of the critics: Neal Martin has...

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Burgundy 2014 En Primeur tasting at the Philip Mould Gallery

A few photographs from Monday’s en primeur tasting amongst the Tudor portraits at The Philip Mould Gallery on Pall Mall.

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Fine Wine Market Report January 2015

Holding Steady It was a case of as you were over the last three months of 2015, for the Bordeaux market at least. The lack of buyers’ conviction that had frustrated any discernible uptick in prices since the beginning of...

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2014 En Primeur: Burgundy’s star continues to shine

Vignerons the world over will tell you that weather, above all, is the fundamental driver to making great wine. With its northerly continental climate the Côte d’Or is particularly beholden to the vicissitudes of weather each year, giving every vintage...

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Burgundy 2014: bright, pure reds & outstanding whites

Returning from two weeks’ tasting of the delightful 2014s, there are some beautifully expressive wines representing the stunning terroir of the Côte d’Or. These are gorgeous examples of the very best that Pinot Noir and Chardonnay can offer in this,...

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