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On tour in Tuscany

It has been 20 years since I last visited Tuscany with our wine buyer Sebastian Payne MW, then last year I was lucky enough to go back, not once, but twice!

Tuscany's rich heritage is a joy to discover, its vineyards among the most stunning, the food to die for…but the fascination for we oenophiles and story chasers is what's been going on in the vineyards and cellars...

Joanna Goodman

Joanna Goodman
News & Content Editor

  • date March & October 2016
  • location Tuscany
  • people Joanna Goodman & Sebastian Payne MW

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Beaujolais 2016

Changing Beaujolais

PR Manager Ewan Murray joins buyer Toby Morrhall in Beaujolais and discovers a region moving away from Nouveau and into the crus.

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Champagne 2015

The Pull of Pol

Buyer Pierre Mansour and head of copy Paul Trelford visit Champagne house Pol Roger, ‘the world’s most drinkable address’ and find out more about the importance of ageing and the date of disgorgement.

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Cape Expectations

South Africa 2016: Part 2

The Cape in a new light

A new generation has brought a new energy to the Cape's winelands, making this not just one of the most beautiful regions to visit, but also one of the most exciting.

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Portugal 2016

Portugal Unfortified

Considering its size, Portugal can stake a convincing claim to being the most diverse winemaking country anywhere. Its non-fortified wines continue to excite us.

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