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There is plenty to be excited about, says Rebecca Gibb MW, who picks out 15 reds to try, based on releases so far...Vines at Ata Rangi Winery in Martinborough. New Zealand 2016: A record crop. Warm and often humid. Harvest period was dry and sunny. Excellent whites and highly attractive reds 3/5 You [...]
Marinated lamb chops and spicy watermelon salad star on Independence Day. Plus, 12 Italian wine pairings [...]
The Dutch businessman revitalized the Bordeaux winery, despite messy legal battles [...]
An increasing number of universities are training future wine professionals as the $46-billion-a-year industry grows [...]
Get to grips with the some of the more obscure tasting notes used by wine experts, with graphics from Decanter's design team. This week we decode 'geranium' and 'balsamic'...How to understand tasting notes: The latest… Geranium Geraniums are much loved for their vivid flowers, but it's the leaves that are responsible for their [...]
Rebecca Gibb MW takes a closer look at a challenging 2017 vintage in New Zealand and picks out 15 whites to try, from Sauvignon Blanc to Riesling and Chenin.Two ex-tropical cyclones hit Marlborough in New Zealand on the eve of the 2017 harvest. New Zealand 2017: A very difficult season with [...]
Château Giscours has said it will appeal against a court ruling that saw the group fined 200,000 euros for illegally chaptalising some of its wine in the 2016 vintage.Château Giscours. Bordeaux tribunal hands out fine and suspended prison sentences Giscours denies intentionally breaking rules and will appeal against conviction Margaux third growth estate [...]
Plus, Emeril and friends throw epic "Party at Dan [Kosta]'s House," university wine teams compete at Lafite, and a new don at Dom as Richard Geoffroy's protégé takes over [...]
The latest Dom Pérignon release came with a bit of additional news...The release of Dom Pérignon 2008 in London on 19 June came with the news that, on January 1st 2019, Vincent Chaperon will succeed Richard Geoffroy as the new chef de cave. A hard act to follow? Not really; the [...]
Dom Pérignon has announced that its long-standing chef de cave, Richard Geoffroy, will formally hand over to Vincent Chaperon at the end of the year. Long standing chef de cave Richard Geoffroy captured in the Champagne vineyards with his successor Vincent Chaperon. After 28 years as chef de cave at [...]