Domaine d’Eugenie: after the harvest, part two

Wednesday, 21 October 2015 by Thomas Parker

After a little break on Sunday with only a short day at the Domaine, we ran a full day of analysis on the wines on Monday

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Domaine d’Eugenie: after the harvest, part one

Thursday, 15 October 2015 by Thomas Parker

Following four days of intense harvesting and selecting at the Domaine, the time I had left in Burgundy allowed me more freedom to see the other side of the process, taste some more wines, and relax a little bit.

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Cork or Screwcap? - A unique opportunity to try a great Bordeaux with both. Ségla 2009.

Friday, 9 October 2015 by Stephen Browett

Last Friday we conducted a fascinating experiment at Farr Vintners when we served, in a blind tasting, the same wine from two different bottles – one with a screwcap and one with a cork. The result  was remarkable, with none of the ten tasters spotting that we were actually tasting the same wine! Before we reveal the results here’s a bit of history...

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2004 Tuscany Dinner at the Quality Chop House

Friday, 9 October 2015 by Alastair Woolmer

Our 2004 Barolo dinner back in July was such a success

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The Last Vintage Ever Of A Fabulous Pinot

Friday, 2 October 2015 by Stephen Browett

A few years ago my old friend from Bordeaux, Jean-Guillaume Prats, got in touch with me to say that he was leaving Cos d’Estournel to go and work for the giant LVMH group (Louis Vuitton Moet-Hennessey) where he would be in charge of all their wine properties outside France.

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