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Wine and words are tough bedfellows. Barbara Hepworth, asked what a sculpture meant, said ‘If I could put it into words I would have written a book.’ There’s always a deep imprecision about analysing wine but words (unless you are … Continue reading

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‘Lovely piercing streak of minerality’, usually applied to something white, is ‘I love you’ in wine-speak. It doesn’t come much better. Yet I’ve often felt a tug of doubt over the common ground assumed between winey people when they use … Continue reading

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