Monthly Archives: September 2011

Dabbler post: Sherry – the opposite of a modern wine

Here’s my latest post as wine correspondent for the Dabbler: Sherry is the very opposite of a modern wine – it’s not fruity, it’s not made from a well-known grape variety and, worst of all for the accountants who run … Continue reading

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Book review: Naked Wine by Alice Feiring

The concept of ‘naked’ or ‘natural’ wine is best understood by what it is a reaction to. On my honeymoon a couple of years ago my wife and I stopped at a winery in the Napa Valley. There was a … Continue reading

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