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    Tasting: Wine

    Shaking the status quo: Red Squirrel’s New Frontiers tasting

    The Buyer picks out six wine producers from the New Frontiers autumn portfolio tasting that signify Red Squirrel Wine’s approach to wine buying – a consistent philosophy that challenges perceived notions of varietal, blend, country and style.

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    Tasting: Wine

    Guzzler’s travels: why Sunday is a day for cycling and Krug

    In this Sunday morning read, Peter Dean recounts an eventful breakfast of champions that greeted him at the Little Safari South African wine tasting event held last Sunday morning at The Harrow at Little Bedwyn. A tasting report that contains no tasting notes, and a South African event that has more to do with the Welsh than it does the South Africans.

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    Tasting: Wine

    The drinkable dozen: 12 of the best Fitou tried and tasted

    Known for many years as making big alcohol-heavy fruit bombs, the Languedoc Roussillon appelation of Fitou has changed its style in the past ten years to more refined, elegant wines with more velvety tannins and more of a lighter fruit focus. We tasted a dozen and pick out five particularly worthy of a place on the wine list.

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    Intrepid South Africa Part II: Off beat whites and red blends

    South Africa is ‘too old for the New World and too young for the Old World’ and, as such, can make up its rules as it goes along. This verve in the winemaking is still alive and well and evident in a selection of Off Beat Whites and Red Blends sampled at the Intrepid Wines of South Africa tasting. The second part of a special South African wine focus.

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