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Monthly Archives: January 2011

  • The winemaker who named a mountain

    Posted on January 21, 2011 by Enotriaadmin

    The ever affable Dave Palmer of Skillogalee was in town this week for the A+ Australia Tasting. He took the time to stop by and tell us the story of how a 23,000 foot mountain in the Hindu Kush came to be named after him. He also has a few early impressions of the outlook ...

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  • Australia - a taster's view

    Posted on January 20, 2011 by Enotriaadmin

    We caught up with Juel Mahoney, wine commentator on and elsewhere, at the Australia Trade Tasting in an unexpectedly sundrenched London. Here, she reflects on what winemakers in her native land are doing to change the gloomy outlook for Australian wine.
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    You can read Juel's typically incisive and interesting piece about the ...

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  • This House declares...

    Posted on January 14, 2011 by Enotriaadmin

    Harry's been up at Westminster...
    If the nation's MPs wanted to learn about Italian culture, who would they turn to? The British-Italian Parliamentary Group certainly found the answer when they approached Sergio De Luca, our very own expert on Italian wine, for knowledge and inspiration. Sergio did his duty by HM Govt, with an ...

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  • New year, New Zealand

    Posted on January 12, 2011 by Enotriaadmin

    The New Zealand trade tasting (NZATT) is always the first of the main generic country tastings each year, and this year's edition was upon us seemingly before we'd tidied away the mince pie crumbs and turkey leftovers. Lord's Cricket Ground on a wet Tuesday in early January may not be everyone's idea of a good ...

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  • Cerasuolo di Vittoria 2009

    Posted on January 10, 2011 by Enotriaadmin

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  • Lawson's Dry Hills

    Posted on January 10, 2011 by Enotriaadmin

    Ross Lawson was a pioneer of Screwcap for quality wines, and Lawson's wines - especially Gewurztraminer and Sauvignon - are among Marlborough's best. The new Pioneer range takes the quality to even greater heights.

    This post was posted in Producer of the month

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