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If Champagne is the celebration wine, perhaps English can be the wine of commiseration, at least until we once again have reason to rejoice.
Featuring histories and tasting guides, booze-soaked memoirs, and a global tour of natural wineries.
The most valuable cognacs are stored in a cellar called a Paradis.
While the mind has an eye, it lacks a nose.
Sun-loving, late-ripening, high in tannin and acidity, it makes wines that can take decades to soften.
It’s the red wines that really last, in the bottle and the memory.
There is no such thing as room temperature: there are simply different rooms.
It is the colour of danger, a red rag to anyone jaded by cocktail-world bull.
Sometimes forbearance gets better results, in winemaking as in life.
Real happiness is combining people and flavours to the advantage of both.
Pink is nothing but a state of mind.