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Felt like some more exploration so picked this out of the staff shop in Dublin. Disappointing, however. Pale strawberry / red cherry colour, with …

A very nice accompaniment to Boxing Day roast goose, due to the structure and robustness of this Volnay. Medium garnet core with a medium …

Whereas this was a real pleasure and a great example of a ‘96! A second entry for Moutardier’s vintage, and the middle of a …

Disappointing, this one. For a Champagne from one of the greater vintages, it seemed a little harsh, and less complex than I expected. Medium …

When I opened this, I remembered why I’d picked up a bottle at the cave. Limpid, mid-garnet with a medium-width brick rim. Intense, bright …

Since first tasting Taittinger at the end of their cellar tour, I’ve liked the light and elegant style of the NV. However, this bottle …

Weird and entertaining end to Easter (the Graham’s 1970 is out of sequence…). A bottle that had sat in my Grandfather’s cellar since 1965 …

Had heard that Tasmania was getting a good reputation for Pinot Noir, by virtue of being further South than the rest of Australia, and …