Daily Archives: August 25, 2019

DAWA judge profile: Ken Man

Ken Man, Buyer and Fine Wine Specialist at Ginsberg+Chan, is a new judge at the Decanter Asia Wine Awards 2019 Ken Man Ken Man London-born Ken Man brings with him over ten years’ experience in the wine industry, beginning his career in Britain’s largest wine retail chain and soon after moving to on trade specialist Coe Vintner’s, now Enotria & …

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Bottling

Victoria Lea B has added a photo to the pool: Vinicola Vicosa Costaricense, Del Cruce de Turracares, Costa Rica Source : https://www.flickr.com/photos/vbergesen/8368093366/in/[email protected]

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Why you shouldn’t overlook Petit Chablis

Petit Chablis is getting better and better. Not so long ago, it would be overlooked in the line-up of Chablis appellations. The name does it a gross disservice, deeming it petty and somewhat deprecating, whereas it really needs to be seen as a more affectionate, sympathique term, as the little brother to the bigger appellation. Top Petit Chablis wines to …

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Pinot Nero | 29 luglio 2019 | d’Araprì Spumanti

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Vinography Unboxed: Week of 8/18/19

Hello, and welcome to my periodic dig through the samples pile. I’m pleased to bring you the latest installment of Vinography Unboxed, where I highlight some of the better bottles that have crossed my doorstep recently. This week included a couple of really lovely white Burgundies from the Pernand-Vergelesses region of the Cote de Beaune, which is the southern, more …

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Discovering vineyards in the Languedoc

I’m currently in the Languedoc region of southern France, on a discovery mission. I’m visiting lots of producers (most of whom are new to me) whose goal is to make intelligent interpretations of some of the terroirs here. I’ve only been here two days, and already it’s clear that the Languedoc has many stunning vineyards, and lots of potential for …

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Beaujolais 2019 volumes hit by hail, heat and frost

‘The 2018 harvest was good, about 800,000 hectolitres. This year it looks like it will be less than 600,000 hectolitres,’ Ratignier told Decanter.com. Some in the region have described seeing hailstones as large as pétanque balls following violent storms in the past week. ‘What we are seeing, as the meteorologist have said we would, is extreme climactic events,’ said Ratignier. …

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