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Ch Lagrange 2010 | £495 per 12 IB | A sleeping beauty

Château Lagrange quietly occupies an enviable place in the Bordeaux firmament. The largest of all grand cru estates in the northern Médoc, year on year it produces one of the most consistent and rewarding wines not only within the commune...

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Pomerol (and a little bit of St Emilion) on a bike

The French are notoriously strict about closing down for a proper holiday in August, so a  family holiday in Lalande de Pomerol did not include any formal visits of the great chateaux just across the Brabanne stream – also arguably not...

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2016 Flor de Pingus Ribera del Duero

Peter Sisseck, the architect behind one of Spain’s most iconic wines, Pingus, has hit the mark once again with the tantalising new 2016 release of Flor de Pingus.

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Dom Ruinart | New Releases | 2006 Blanc de Blanc & 2004 Rosé

I always love the new releases from the most established Champagne houses and in Dom Ruinart, we have one that has been perfecting its art for nearly three hundred years. Since 1729 when Nicolas Ruinart’s ledger recorded the first sale of...

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