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Four years after the last generally-declared vintage port hit our shores, here come the 2011s
Wine pros recognised at awards dinner
Sommeliers from around the UK competed to prove their Portuguese wine and food matching credentials. Who would come out on top?
It’s not all about Touriga Nacional, and it’s not all about big, chunky reds. Time to rethink the Douro’s table wines, says Richard Woodard, as he gets to grips with the ‘controlled chaos’ of field blends, hyper-oxidation and unknown grape varieties
Exclusive ports for Molson Coors
Graham's range of tawny ports overhauled
Quinta do Noval launch new website
New packaging and blends for Cockburn's
Vinho Verde's got its eyes on export markets
Jose Maria de Fonseca goes with Moreno Wine Importers
The Fladgate Partnership has declared they will release vintage ports from all three of their houses from the 2009 vintage.
No Golds, but plenty of positive feedback. A good hunting ground for those of you who ‘do’ esoteric on your list
Over 1,500 wines can be boiled down to this: the hallowed Sommelier Wine Awards Gold List for 2011...
Somewhat under-powered compared to previous years, our tasters would have liked to see a bit more evidence of this country’s famous quirky individuality
A decent showing for all styles at the Silver and Bronze levels, though the Gold List this year remained the preserve of pricier tawny and vintage entries