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  • Eleven shades of Nebbiolo

    Posted on December 3, 2012 by Enotriaadmin

    The following is an excellent reflection by Matt Walls on the capricious Nebbiolo grape, taken from
    To begin with I didn’t get it. Drinking Nebbiolo seemed like trying to swallow a cube, cut from a tree. It was hard, it was sharp, it was dry; and sometimes it tasted of wood. But the more I ...

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  • Xanadu Wins Five Nations Chardonnay Trophy

    Posted on November 27, 2012 by Enotriaadmin

    Western Australia producer Xanadu has taken the trophy for the Best Chardonnay at this year’s Five Nations Challenge before going on to win the Trophy for Best White Wine of Show.
    Pitted against the best wines from New Zealand, Argentina, South Africa and Chile, the 2010 Xanadu Reserve Chardonnay came out on top. This incredible ...

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  • Yealands wins Global Green Award

    Posted on November 21, 2012 by Enotriaadmin

    Yealands Estate has been awarded “Most Sustainable Medium Business” at the International Green Awards 2012. The Marlborough winery is the only New Zealand organisation, and only winery globally, recognised by the leading sustainability awards.
    The winners were announced last night at the International Green Awards ceremony and dinner at Battersea Power Station, London. Yealands Estate Pinot ...

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  • Ken Forrester's Gypsy wins 5 Stars in Platter

    Posted on November 20, 2012 by Enotriaadmin

    Ken Forrester’s The Gypsy 2009 has just received a 5 star rating in the 2013 John Platter Wine Guide, South Africa’s most respected wine journal.
    To qualify for 5 stars, a shortlist of wines are entered into a second round of tasting. After a third blind tasting, the highest scoring wines are given a 5-star ...

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  • A thrilling view

    Posted on November 16, 2012 by Enotriaadmin

    Piemonte. At Conterno Fantino, on the very top of the hill of Monforte d'Alba, at 560 metres altitude. In the foreground, (left), the village. In front, autumnal Chardonnay vines. In the far distance, rising spectrally above the mists, the Alps, with Monte Viso (3800 metres) soaring above the rest.

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  • One cheese at a time

    Posted on November 14, 2012 by Enotriaadmin

    Edgar has been pondering that age old cheesey question:
    We often get asked to recommend a wine with cheese and I always find it tricky. The essence of the problem: it depends which cheese you are talking about. I quite like Hugh Johnson’s idea of only serving one cheese, because then at least you ...

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