Chile – The Bordeaux of South America

Here is some you might want to know if you're looking to become better at buying Chilean wines

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Wines from Cortona – Leuta & Dionisio are grasping D’Alessandro & Calabresi at their heels

Only few years ago I did not know a lot of people who believed in Cortona as a wine zone that would enter the league of nearby neighbours like Montepulciano and Montalcino. Of course, Montalcino is with no doubt still king but Cortona has developed impressively and seems to continue to enjoy more and more prestige for every year … Continue reading Wines from Cortona – Leuta & Dionisio are grasping D’Alessandro & Calabresi at their heels

Are no two bottles of wine the same and do we interpret flavours and aromas differently?

If its the same wine, producer and vintage you would expect two bottles to be quite similar to each other, pretty much 'the same'. Imagine rating an important wine as the Brunello di Montalcino 2007 from *Poggio di Sotto professionally - and so become able to give this producer's vintage a fair score and critic, you'd have to … Continue reading Are no two bottles of wine the same and do we interpret flavours and aromas differently?