Monthly Archives: March 2012

En Primeur 2011 – Bordeaux bound

David Allen MW is in Bordeaux for the 2011 tasting marathon from Monday 2nd April 2012. Expectations of the vintage are somewhat lower this year, however we will reserve our judgement on the overall quality of the vintage and the possibility of … Continue reading

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Spanish Gold

Priorat, a tiny, once forgotten region in north east Spain is now the source of some of the most exciting and sought after wines in Spain. The Pérez family, one of the pioneers of the area, produce the wines of … Continue reading

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Bordeaux 2009 – A time to buy…

David Allen M.W. writes: Now the dust has cleared after Bob Parker’s reassessment of the 2009s and the mad scramble for 100 point wines, see below for a list of our current 2009 physical stock offering. Now is a good … Continue reading

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Caiarossa 2005 – A Bird? A Plane? No, a stunning Super Tuscan!

After many years of tasting we’re a cynical and fussy lot and so it takes a seriously good wine to impress all of us – Caiarossa, an eclectic Tuscan blend of 8 grape varieties, managed this with ease and we … Continue reading

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Tasting notes for Domaine Anne-Francoise Gros & Domaine Parent Burgundy offer

Scores and notes by David Allen MW – please contact us for the latest prices and availability of wines included in the original offer.

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