White wine

La Comtesse 2012

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The history of this winery on the Pazo Barrantes estate in the Salnés Valley in Galicia began in the early 90’s when the Creixell family (Marqués de Murrieta in Rioja) started making a white wine from the 12 hectares of vineyards that surround the majestic construction dating...
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Ata Rangi Chardonnay 2011

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Ata Rangi is without question one of the most distinguished wineries in the New World, with its wines available in over 25 countries. It is situated in the area of stony terrain around ​​Martinborough, at the southern tip of New Zealand’s North Island. Prompted by studies that...
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Boekenhoutskloof Semillon 2011

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This South African winery, established in 1776, is now considered to be one of the five top producers in the country and one of the most active in the sensational Franschhoek Valley. With a change of ownership in 1993 the winery initiated a radical review of its wines,...
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If we were to ask you to name some of the most well known wine domaines in the south of France, Domaine du Clos des Fées is bound to be among them. The architect of these wines is Hervé Bizeul, who is also a sommelier, restaurateur and a food and wine writer. They currently...
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Gallaecia 2009

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In Spain, Albariño is synonymous with Martin Códax, and most Spaniards know, or have tried, his main wine on occasion. It is found on most restaurant wine lists in Spain because it is a genuine all-rounder wine that always makes a good impression. The winery, founded in 1886,...
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Santorini Avantis State 2012

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Santorini is a paradise island which, to those in the wine world, is known for its quality wine, especially its Vin Santo di Santorini, a truly spectacular sweet wine.  Following the volcanic eruption 3,600 years ago, which covered the island in lava, ash and rocks, there...
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Coulée de Serrant 2010

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It is a pleasure to introduce one of the world famous French iconic white wines, described in the first half of the 20th century by the famous “Prince of gourmets”, Frenchman Maurice Edmond Sailland (better known as Curnonsky), as being one of France’s five most unique and...
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La Masia 2009

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Marimar State is a small family winery in the heart of Sonoma, California. It was officially founded in 1986 under the instructions of Marimar Torres, the daughter of Miguel A. Torres from the famous Catalan bodega. Marimar is one of those people who constantly shows a “can do”...
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Nelín 2010

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In previous issues we have already highlighted the potential of the Priorat as a fashionable wine region. This would be difficult to understand if it were not for the estimable figure of René Barbier. For the past twenty five years, this sage of French origin has been a key...
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Remelluri Blanco 2010

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In Labastida, Alava Rioja, we find the Bodega Nuestra Señora de Remelluri, located in a former monastery of Jeronimos monks. The estate was acquired by Don Jaime Rodriguez Salis in 1967, when it made up 20 hectares. He set about slowly acquiring other vineyards that had been...
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