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Extract: Wines of the Rhône, by Matt Walls

Extract: Wines of the Rhône, by Matt Walls

9 July 2021 by in Classic Wine Library, Extracts, Wine and spirits

A bird’s eye view of the terrain
If we could board a boat in the canton of Valais where the Rhône emerges from the Rhône Glacier in the Swiss Alps, we would glide down the river for three weeks or so before it emptied us out in the Mediterranean. In all, we would cover 813 kilometres of waterways. (Read more)

Extract: Sherry by Julian Jeffs

Extract: Sherry by Julian Jeffs

14 June 2021 by in Classic Wine Library, Extracts, Sherry, Wine and spirits

Into the glass
Like all wines, sherry’s raison d’être is to give pleasure. And like all great wines it gives pleasure in complex ways appealing to all the senses. As soon as it is poured into a glass it shows its colour and clarity. A lot can be learned simply by looking at it. (Read more)

Extract: The wines of Portugal by Richard Mayson

Extract: The wines of Portugal by Richard Mayson

13 May 2021 by in Classic Wine Library, Extracts, Wine and spirits

Atlantic wines
It was Mark Twain who observed ‘the coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco’. As far as I am aware Twain never visited Portugal but his quip about the weather in San Francisco might also be applied to Oporto and the north of Portugal. Anyone who has ever been to San Francisco in July will understand that the fog that rolls in off the Pacific overnight has a huge bearing on the climate of northern California and the style of the wines produced there. (Read more)