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A present for speaking at LBS, this one, which seemed very suitable to drink at dinner with Katy, Tim and Sarah, to accompany red …

Ginny brought this from her then employer, to our Chardonnay and Pinot Noir revision group tasting, and it was beautiful, so I took the …

The first of 5 wines we took along to Jack’s local Mauritian fish restaurant for Christmas dinner, that they didn’t even charge corkage on! …

After putting this into the 2nd Optimor case, I then tasted it at the POTG annual tasting and got nervous, because it was very …

In its youth, my first of a case as recommended by Jancis Robinson as great value for money. Wow. Just a lovely – no …

So this was Slurp’s own goal. Quite an interesting nose, but the disjointed palate just didn’t do it. Might integrate over 2-3 more years, …

The soft texture and flavour were the remarkable facets of this Burgundy villages – supple texture with just a gentle bite of tannin, making …

A very pleasant Christmas gift from Dad. Medium-weight wine that was into early maturity, if not full maturity. Ruby coloured, from edge to body. …

A product of my first ever wine trip. Having done the Clos de Vougeot tour beforehand, Dad and I bought half-a-dozen Vougeot villages. Drunk …

Got this on sale and what a bargain. A regular Chablis with the colour and concentration of a 1er Cru. Dom Defaix again showing …