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The Lindley Hall, Royal Horticultural Halls, VictoriaThe Union des Grands Crus de Bordeaux are a pretty active bunch and, among their many activities, they like to give those in the trade a thorough look at the newly bottled vintage at about this time every year. This year was the turn of 2014: a mo…
The march of Malbec continues unabated. In Cahors (from where it originated) the grape is experiencing a renaissance, yet Argentine examples still grip the consumer's interest like nothing else. And there are few better exponents of the variety than Achaval Ferrer.I tasted these two the other day an…
I was in London yesterday for two tastings, both relating to wines of Spain.Rioja is, without doubt, that country's most celelbrated…
I offer the wines of Domaine Joseph Voillot in Volnay every vintage. Owner (since father-in-law M Voillot's death last year) and wine maker Jean-Pierre Charlot is one of the most intuitive men to craft red wine in the Côte de Beaune.Jean-Pierre was a lecturer in wine making at the Lycée…
Posted in by Caspar Bowes
26 September 2016
To say I am excited about this wine would be undercooking it like sashimi. There's such hair-curling value lying in this one wine I would almost say that if you are a) a Bowes Wine client and b) a red wine drinker, you are obliged to buy a case at the very minimum. Here's why:We offered the 2008 vin…
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