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‘Venice’s foamy-fresh, stress-dissolving sparkler has been one of wine’s recent success stories’
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‘The country is a rich hunting ground for lovers of red wine — particularly those seeking reds that are not too alcoholic’
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‘It manages to be both rich and fresh and seemingly capable of evolving for ever’
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‘In the Cinti Valley, the vines do not grow in neat rows on trellises, nor as low bushes, but clamber, undisciplined, up trees’
‘In Bordeaux, the effect of ever-warmer summers has been a dramatic rise in wine potency’
‘For many, there still seems to be a perceived correlation between bottle weight and wine quality’
‘Katz’s first custom cuvée was for the wedding of Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel’
‘A recent tasting proved just how competent those who make wine sparkle in England are’
The inhospitable soils of Pico have proven fertile ground for Portugal’s most adventurous winemakers
‘Many examples are genuinely distinctive. They are interesting, mature dry whites designed for drinking with food’
‘Tasting notes have become ever more extravagant, typically including a long list of flavours’
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