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Domaine Rijckaert: Chardonnay That Won’t Cost You a Fortune!

Domaine Rijckaert produce wines of exceptional quality from small plots of vines in the Jura and Burgundy. Florent Rouve, who runs the estate today, studied forestry and agricultural engineering before going on to study oenology in Dijon. His Burgundian wines are from 4 hectares of land in the Maconnais, and his Jura wines are situated … Read More

Dautel Bönnigheim Riesling Trocken in The Irish Times

“Germany has been on a roll for several decades now, producing superb wines…” Amongst them, according to John Wilson is Dautel’s Bonningheim Riesling Trocken 2021 which he describes as having “stimulating, intense mouth-watering stone fruits with a lively seam of mineral acidity and a lengthy finish. Wonderful wine.” We may be a little biased here … Read More

Ca’an Verdura Has Landed!

Mallorca is undergoing a defiant and welcome wine revolution. As the island has become synonymous with great gastronomy wine production has followed suit, with a small handful of winemakers at the helm, making wines they are proud to call Majorcan. Fighting the good fight, sixth generation winemaker, Tomeau Llabrés opened the doors of his garagiste … Read More