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  1. Australia Day Tastings 2017

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    Members of AWE are invited to register for the Australia Day Tastings in January 2017. The Australia Day Tasting, the largest trade tasting of Australian wine in Europe, returns to London, Edinburgh and Dublin in...
  1. Heather Dougherty

    Meeting a terroirist – Xavier Amirault, Clos des Quarterons

    By Heather Dougherty
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    Clos des Quarterons, the home of Domaine Amirault, lies on a road running parallel to the Loire in St Nicholas de Bourgueil, which used to be known as “Suisse-Océan”, underlining its position on a major east-west trading route. Wines have been produced here for at least 200 years, predominantly Chenin Blanc in the early days, later Cabernet Franc. Digging inspection trenches to investigate the varying soils of vineyards has become almost commonplace in Chile, but this is the first time I have come across such...
  2. Heather Dougherty

    The versatility of Chenin Blanc – Bernard Fouquet, Domaine des Aubuisières, Vouvray, Loire Valley

    By Heather Dougherty
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    Two estates vie for the position of top producer in Vouvray in the Loire Valley – Domaine Huet and Foreau’s Clos Naudin. But close on their heels is Bernard Fouquet of Domaine des Aubuisières, with his 30 hectares of vines in some of the appellation’s very best sites.   Overall Vouvray’s 2,200 hectares of vineyard is made up of around 50% clay limestone and 50% silty clay and flint. Bernard’s own vineyards reflect this mix, dedicated to Chenin Blanc, the only variety permitted in Vouvray....