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Where condors dare...

10-12-2010 | By: Chris Losh | Category: Opinions Wines Chile

I loathe winter in Britain, and I’m not the only one » More

The spirit of wine

What a load of old .............................Tosh

17-09-2010 | By: Mark Deamer | Category: Opinions Wines Business Tastings Argentina

I have a feeling I am about to do something Libelous........... » More

Taster, tutor and judge

American Idols

08-06-2010 | By: Peter McCombie | Category: Cabernet Sauvignon Malbec Tastings Argentina USA Mexico

A taste of mostly high-end Americans, from both North & South at Bibendum. » More

Taster, tutor and judge

World’s Best Sommelier

18-04-2010 | By: Peter McCombie | Category: Competitions People Wines Chile News

He is the epitome of what a sommelier should be » More

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Mature Malbec

01-03-2010 | By: Peter McCombie | Category: Competitions Malbec Red only Argentina

Mature Malbec » More

The spirit of wine

Versatile Chileans

04-02-2010 | By: Mark Deamer | Category: Argentina Chile Cabernet Sauvignon Chardonnay Malbec

I feel I am never going to understand Argentina's approach to making wine. White wines consistently romp in at 14% abv plus, and red wines have such massive extraction and hideous use of oak that you can stand a spoon up in them » More

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Mexican beginnings

29-01-2010 | By: Peter McCombie | Category: Tastings South America Wines

My first proper tasting of the year was – believe it or not – of Mexican wines. Held at Mexican street food joint Wahaca’s Westfield site, we tasted a selection of wines that Hugo d’Acosta – who might be called Mexico’s answer to Michel Rolland – has a hand in making. » More

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