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  1. Sherry

    I dare say many of us will have been taught about Spanish wines and Sherry by Philip Rowles at some stage. At long last he has written a book on Sherry which can be bought...
  1. Pippa Hayward

    Magical Montfaucon – AWE visit to Lirac

    By Pippa Hayward
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    Our  AWE visit to Château de Montfaucon in Lirac (once thought of as poor man’s Châteauneuf du Pape 30 years ago when I first listed a Lirac from Domaine Maby through Yapp Brothers) was one that I anticipated with great pleasure – I’ve known some of the wines through The Good Wine Shop and so I was delighted to see a visit on our itinerary that included seeing the oldest vineyard with  Julien Thorn the winemaker and a fine selection of the estate’s white and...
  2. Heather Dougherty

    Educators go back to school

    By Heather Dougherty
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    Wine educators like nothing better than going back to school, so our session at the Ecole des Vins in Avignon on our first morning made for a fine start to our trip to the southern Rhône. Oenologist Mathilde Ficty led us through a wealth of information about the region that we were to explore over the following three days. There were some quickfire numbers to take in – 48 appellations, 5,300 producers, 70,000 hectares etc. One figure that Mathilde was keen we retain is that...