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French wine returns from space.

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Twelve bottles of Bordeaux wine and 320 Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon vine canes are among the cargo that is returning to Earth this week on board the SpaceX Dragon.
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 Marimar Estate La Masia Chardonnay 2017, a flagship wine from Marimar Torres's California winery, received the highest distinction at the Global Chardonnay Masters 2020, a competition organized by the prestigious magazine The Drinks Business. Scoring 95 points out of 100, the...
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Pop star Kylie Minogue has gained a Gold medal for her first Australian wine – a Chardonnay from Margaret River.
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Veuve Clicquot has launched the 2012 expression of its La Grande Dame prestige cuvée with a limited edition look by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama.
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Raimat (Costers del Segre - Lleida) presents the first completely organic vintages of two of its most iconic wines: Raimat Abadia and Raimat Chardonnay. Both were made following the European Union's organic farming principles, which include, among other factors: the protection...
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Keen to elevate the image of rosé Champagne, Brad Pitt has launched Fleur de Miraval, a £290 rosé Champagne made in collaboration with Pierre Péters.
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Albret El Balcón Crianza 2016 gets 92 points from the demanding International Wine & Spirits Competition contest. IWSC is one of the oldest wine competitions inthe world. It was created in 1969 and a host of relevant personalities such as sommeliers, Masters of Wine and...
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Lluna plena chardonnay - Silver medal. Lluna nova xarel·lo - Bronze medal.
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Three bottles of vin jaune (yellow wine) from the 1774 vintage in Jura, believed to be among the oldest bottles of wine in the world, will be auctioned later this month, and could fetch up the €40,000 each.
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Pavie 2010 a 'Perfect' 100

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Pavie’s 2010 has been up-graded to a “perfect” 100-points by Robert Parker in the latest issue of The Wine Advocate.
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