24 September 2015

Long live the Loire!

The vast majority of the white wine is best consumed within a year of being produced, arguably some even within six months if you think of the quality of mos white wine… Getting in to Fine Wine territory buys you more time. Most will gain weight and complexity after a few years in bottle, but even classic wines like Burgundy are less and less reliable once they shed their youthful fruit. The Loire valley is something of an anomaly, far from losing vibrancy with time, the wines often don’t hit their stride until a decade or more in the bottle.

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06 March 2015

Loire 2014: The Finest Vintage Ever?

Acclaimed as one of the finest Loire vintages ever, Madeline Mehalko explores the wines of 2014.

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