Rediscovering Atacama traditions

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Sublime Styria

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Taking stock of the past century of Austrian wine

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Savouring the sweet (and now dry) side of Sitges

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Österreich on top

As a teaser to the upcoming second edition of his book on Austrian wine, Stephen Brook assesses where Austrian wine is currently at, and is impressed at its consistent high quality. I was taken aback when I was asked recently to deliver a second edition of my 2016 book The Wines of Austria (Infinite Ideas), since although these wines have long had a good reputation, they remain fairly 'niche'. Yo...
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Opening the Wine Doors of Florence

Andrew Barrow sheds light on the forgotten Florentine portals that date back to the Medici period and served vino from beyond the city’s walls well into the last century. “You sure they ain’t religious tabernacles?” – my unimpressed companion questioned. No, the 167- odd Wine Doors of Florence, the basis for my final project for the Falmouth University MA course, which covered these little remnan...
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