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Late harvest

Picked up in Luz-Saint-Sauveur. Château Jolys is another renowned Jurançon estate, and this 50cl showed that quality very well. Deep, burnished gold, almost copper. …

Quite a nice, if a little simple, sweet Jurançon. Deep gold. Pepper spice over caramelised quince, mango and yellow peach. Some vanilla and bruised …

I visited the Long Gully vineyard with Matt Dicey, the winemaker. Having tasted some grapes, he decided to harvest 48 hours later for the …

[signed by Hans-Joseph Becker, owner-winemaker, in 2008] The first of 4 whites (followed by 4 reds) at Planet of the Grapes’ blind tasting night …

Another “different” white – again from Majestic – that has an interesting blend of freshness and flavour complexity. Made from the Cortese grape, although …

My second Slovene wine, courtesy again of Peter Polajnar. A particularly unusual bottle, since it was the Slovene equivalent of a German Auslese with …