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2019 Bordeaux EP Launch

2019 Bordeaux EP | Negative Comment, But Bordeaux Presses On

By on 26/05/2020

We’ve already said that the UK trade is not terribly enthusiastic about the prospect of a primeur campaign over this summer, and we are not the only ones. “This horrible virus could have been the excuse that the region needed to kick this outdated and increasingly irrelevant ‘buying opportunity’ into the long grass, once and for all.” (Matthew Jukes)

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Press Reviews May

Press Reviews: May 2020

By on 26/05/2020

Our latest press mentions in May: The Times, Jancisrobinson.com, Life Spectator, Money Week, The Independent, The Drinks Business, Daily Mail, winepages.com and the Scottish Field. Benefit from our case price discount in red by buying any 12 bottles from this selection - in a mixed case of your design or simply by the dozen.

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Autumn Press Review

Wines in the Press – Autumn 2019

By on 15/10/2019

A selection of our latest mentions in the UK press. This is a great opportunity to take advantage of our 12 bottle mixed case discount - our 'case price' is marked in red. DECEMBER The Guardian, Champagne and beyond: sparkling wine for New Year’s Eve, David Williams 29/12/2019: GONET-MÉDEVILLE Blanc de Noirs Brut 1er Cru NV £40.

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wine and reporters

Wines in the Press – Summer 2019

By on 24/07/2019

A round up of our recent press mentions in the UK press and reviewer's blogs. Benefit from our case price discount in red by buying a 12 bottles of the same wine or mix your favourite ones. SEPTEMBER Priorat reds: Panel tasting results, Pedro Ballesteros Torres, 25/09/2019: 2016 PLAER Priorat Ritme Celler SOLD OUT £27.

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2015 Bordeaux – what the critics say – and who matters to you?

By on 10/05/2016

There is a wealth of choice of critical reporting on Bordeaux 2015. Maybe too much for any one voice to be heard. Perhaps the merchant's view is becoming more important again in the absence of the absolute arbiter that has been Robert Parker - but in the end it is your casting vote - 'is it worth a punt?' - that matters.

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