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Free Wine Testing RESIDENTS OF Chinon, France, have made the most of their illustrious native son, François Rabelais, attaching his name to schools, hospitals, streets and even restaurants and bars. The last two seem particularly fitting since the 16th-century writer and doctor was nearly as famous for his appetite as he was for his prose. A fan of local wines, Rabelais could also pen a pretty good tasting note. In one example, he compared the wines of Chinon to taffeta.
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Now I know you have bills to pay, college loans to defray and retirement plans to fund.
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Wine Testing Tour India It?s easy to be cynical and believe, as a friend once told me ? that any wine priced over $15 a bottle is just the winemaker?s ego.
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Sometimes I think my job title should include “detective,” as in “Peter Dills: Wine Detective.” I guess, for that matter, most of us who carry a pen could fall into that category. Things that I assume are common knowledge might be unknown to those of you who just have a glass or two of wine now and then.
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Wine-related tourism could add up to £50 million to the Welsh economy in 20 years’ time, according to one grower who is selling Welsh wine to France.
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) Modestly billed as “a tasting of organic, biodynamic and natural wines”, The Real Wine Fair, held in East London a couple of weeks back, is in fact one of the UK’s most vibrant wine events, featuring dozens of small-scale producers defined by their low- or no-chemical approach. This scene is not without its critics, particularly of those working under the “natural” banner where the idea is to avoid additions in the winery as well as the vineyard. It’s an approach that requires a great deal of skill and sensitivity if it’s not to yield wines of cloudy bacterial funkiness. But natural wine stalwart Thierry Puzelat has always been blessed with both attributes, and his red Loire blend of gamay and pinot noir is as deliciously fluent and lively as ever.
Indian Late Harvest Chenin Blanc (dessert Wine) ) While not every wine at the RWF was a success, there were many more hits than misses – a higher hit rate, in fact, than I usually find at more “conventional” wine tastings of this scale. For all the hipster “tatts and ‘taches” stylings of some of the producers (not to mention the crowd), the show proved that natural wine is much more than a foodie fad, with impressive showings from the USA, Chile, South Africa and Georgia, as well as the more traditional European heartland. Italy was a standout, with personal favourites including nervy whites from Fattoria San Lorenzo in the Marche and a bunch of Sicilians: Marco di Bartoli, COS, Anna Martens and Arianna Occhipinti, the latter’s SP68 red blend a spicy, blood orange and lavender-scented wonder.
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