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250 Best Wines 2011

1 Comment 26 September 2010

The must-have shopping guide to make wine buying hassle-free. Oz is absolutely in tune with what wine drinkers want: flavour, individuality and excellent value for money. His independent, enthusiastic and reliable recommendations will help you find the wines you want at the prices you want to pay.

Oz has tasted thousands of wines and
selected his 250 Best Wines for 2011. The book also includes:

• Guide to wine flavours and styles
• Wine finder by country and by producer
• How to taste, store and serve wine
• How to buy wine to keep for the long term
• Directory of the UK’s top retailers, from fine wine merchants to supermarkets and high street chains

‘Clarke writes with enthusiasm virtually steaming off the page.’
The Guardian

‘the ultra-enthusiast who will devote precisely the same mental energy to every single tasting of basic wines from Brazil as to an array of Burgundies.’
Robert Joseph

ISBN: 9781862058965
Price: £6.99
Format: Paperback
Pages: 192 pages
Size: 153 x 153mm
Illustrations: 2-colour illustrations

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    Home Vineyard- paler in colour, acidity crisp but good-humoured,almost floral, mellow,warm red fruit and spice- seductive lush Vougeot in 10

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    Raupo Creek - denser, richer,broody, definitely funky, packed with chewy dark fruit and fumes of bitter-edged spice. Top Gevrey style in 10.

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    .. If you wanted to get all Burgundian, Tatou is taut, scented yet mineral, very Savigny 1er Cru-ish, led by acid, stony Wairau at its best.

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