Daily Archives: March 15, 2023

Empire & vine

New Zealand’s Church Road winery was founded in 1897. The debate around the legacies of British imperialism continues to rage, yet few of us stop to consider the pivotal role that empire played in creating the modern wine market. To be sure, there are several drinks commonly associated with European imperialism. The gin and tonic rose to popularity in British …

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Château Latour 2015 released for the first time

Château Latour 2015 was released for the first time yesterday (14 March), as part of the Pauillac first growth estate’s well-established strategy of eschewing Bordeaux’s annual en primeur campaign in favour of releasing vintages after several years of ageing. Decanter Bordeaux expert Georgie Hindle rated Latour 2015 at 98 points, after tasting it at the Château earlier this year. ‘Still …

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First taste: Champagne Bollinger RD 2008

In 1967, the redoubtable Madame Bollinger decided to challenge the contemporary fashion for youthful Champagne by releasing a recently disgorged older wine from the 1952 vintage. Named RD – Récemment Dégorgé or Recently Disgorged – the wine proved an instant hit, all the more surprising as it had been dosed as extra brut, again in defiance of practice and taste …

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Tinazzi’s Southern Passion

Feudo Croce According to old Veronese traditions, the ‘tinazzi’ were wood vessels, similar to barrels, where crushed grapes were left to ferment. It’s a fortunate epistemological origin for the surname of a family so deeply linked to wine. A curious anecdote that gives context to the birth of Cantina Tinazzi in the 1960s, in the Cavaion Veronese, thanks to the …

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Synthetic Wine, Alcohol-Free Wine and Sabering Champagne with Dragonvine’s Steven Laine

Introduction Can you imagine a world where there’s only synthetic wine? And what is synthetic wine anyway? How does removing alcohol impact the tasting experience? In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I’m chatting with Steven Laine, award-winning restaurateur, hotelier, and author. You can find the wines we discussed here.   Join me on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube Live …

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Tenute Girolamo Puglia Conte Giangirolamo 2018 $25 (91 points)

This tightly meshed red is fragrant with bay leaf and spice box notes, offering ripe red and black currant and berry fruit set in a taut, chewy frame. Fresh, with zesty milled pepper and iron on the racy finish. Give this some air for full enjoyment. Primitivo and Negramaro. Best after 2024. 200,000 cases made, 4,166 cases imported. Source : …

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