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Conversations On Wine: Let’s Talk About Syrah

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Conversations On Wine: Let’s Talk About Syrah

Comments Off 01 October 2010

On a recent trip to the United States I inititated a discussion with Matt Kramer and Kevin Zraly about Syrah as we ask “is it the world’s most adaptable grape?”

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Conversations On Wine: Let’s Talk About Riesling Part II

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Conversations On Wine: Let’s Talk About Riesling Part II

2 Comments 01 October 2010

My second discussion with Matt Kramer and Kevin Zraly about Riesling, particularly the inherited prejudices which surround the German wine. Grab another glass of your favorite Riesling and enjoy the ultimate Conversation on Wine.

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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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