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Monthly Archives: January 2009

  • 19 Tre Bicchieri wines for Enotria

    Posted on January 28, 2009 by enotria

    The Gambero Rosso is widely recognised to be Italy’s foremost annual wine guide. Each year its tireless editors scour the length of the land tasting exhaustively from with over 2,256 producers. The fruits of their labours are: over 18,000 wine rated each and every year. and Italian wine aficionados alike devour the latest edition ...


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  • Ninquen reviewed in The Wine Advocate

    Posted on January 28, 2009 by enotria

    Jay Miller of Robert Parker's famous Wine Advocate is heftily impressed by Ninquen 2005...
    “The 2005 Ninquen Mountain Vineyard is 100% Cabernet Sauvignon aged for 22 months in 80% new French and American oak and bottled without fining or filtration. Opaque purple-colored, it offers up aromas of pain grille, earth notes, allspice, black currant, and blackberry ...


    This post was posted in Wines in the Press

  • Matthew Jukes on Clancy's Red 2006

    Posted on January 28, 2009 by enotria

    clancys11Mr Jukes is impressed...
    "The famous Shiraz / Cab is tempered here with a dash of merlot, which rounds out the palate and brings a lusty, juicy feel to this delicious red wine. Clancy's has never looked better, and Lehmann's continues its unbroken run of excellence."

    More about the wine here.


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  • Ascheri Barbera in the Sunday Telegraph

    Posted on January 28, 2009 by enotria

    ascheriGiles Kime waxes lyrical about Matteo Ascheri's delicious Barbera 2006
    "This delicious example offers deep, palate warming flavours, perfect for similarly cockle-warming favourites such as beef stews. Alternatively, try with pheasant, rabbit, or a plate of decent salami."


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  • Jamie Goode on Iona Sauvignon Blanc

    Posted on January 28, 2009 by enotria

    Jamie Goode of www.wineanorak.com is suitably impressed by Iona's Sauvignon Blanc..."A really fine, elegant South African Sauvignon. It has a very pure, minerally nose with delicate, subtly herbal, gently grassy fruit. The palate is really pure and minerally with some savoury, cut pepper notes, but also a bit of lemony fruit. It’s quite subtle but ...


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  • Brian Howard, Wine Intelligence

    Posted on January 23, 2009 by enotria

    “ The way in which Enotria have taken the findings from their Market Research and applied it to growing wine sales is the most impressive execution I have witnessed in the industry”
    Brian Howard, Wine Intelligence


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