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On 9th May 2018, I went to my first edition of the fabled trade tasting, the Big Fortified Tasting. The clue is in the …

Another fine one from Defaix. Bought this at the same time as the 1998 vieille vignes Chablis. Since read reports that the 1996 1er …

2 for 2 for Schlumberger’s 1997 Kitterlé Grands Crus: Pinot Gris and Riesling both tremendously disappointing. Mid-gold / straw colour. Slight aromas of white …

I bought this as a cooking wine, but actually drank bottles 11 and 12. For the price, quite nice, in fact! Definite aromas of …

One of the most bastard difficult labels I’ve ever chosen to remove… but a nice premier cru. Straw-yellow colour betrays the depth of the …

Marlborough proves itself as a region for reliable Riesling as well as Sauvignon Blanc. This was a fresh, limey wine with depth, but not …

Light and clean Sherry with degree of nuttiness and apple aromas. Pity Mike Riley drank the remaining 2/3 bottle (a litre bottle too…)