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Poor VFM

So this should be the test of a true “great producer”: quality in a truly awful vintage. Overall, not too great a “presence” in …

A first taste of the Languedoc. Probably drunk too young, so disappointing value for money, compared with the range of good value drinking in …

Randall Grahm’s hommage to Châteauneuf, and their official banning of UFO landings in the town in 1954. A wine (and label) that had great …

Dark red colour but with brick-reddish tinge (over-quick ageing?). Coal-smoke licked aromas of dark fruit – damson or black cherry. Quite tannic but generally …

Well, the opening gambit has to be a value-for-money statement… ultimately not worth £142, but a fantastic wine! Quintessence of a subtle, balanced, smooth, …