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Beuajolais Nouveau Graphic

Beaujolais Nouveau may be derided as a gimmick by some wine lovers, but official figures in the Decanter graphic below show there is still plenty of consumer demand around the world.

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UGC Tasting 2014

Many Bordeaux 2012 wines were showing well in the bottle at the recent Unions des Grands Crus tasting in London critics reported, but prices continued to concern merchants.

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The Rioja 1964 wines on show in London this week

A tasting of the exalted 1964 Rioja vintage has shown both the potential value and the limits of this era in one of Spain’s premier wine regions.

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The Pdb No5 variety produces wine with a natural alcohol content of around 10% abv

Ostracised grape varieties long consigned to the annals of history are being rehabilitated by winemakers in south west France, who see potential solutions to climate change, high alcohol levels and disease - not to mention a point of difference for consumers.

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Vineyards at Ataraxia in South Africa

Innovation and passion recently presented themselves to me in two opposing guises. Which one do you most relate to?

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