A little light reading… ICYMI


It’s a while since I posted an ICYMI – years! – but the desert of interesting new articles has recently been punctuated by a few that are of interest – in no small way aided and made more entertaining by the comments of such arch provocateurs as Guffens and Essa – look out for that sly fox’s (Patrick Essa) comments in one of Benjamin Lewin’s articles!

Enjoy 🙂

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There is one response to “A little light reading… ICYMI”

  1. Fred Schilling30th August 2023 at 3:58 amPermalinkReply

    Some of us in Oz “discovered” St Romain Blancs from the 2007/8 vintage as showing well above their station for bargain prices. 2014s were then highlight whites and, later, looking more to some Hautes Cotes wines that just weren’t quite there yet.

    Global warming effects have raced forward and Ben Lewin draws attention to the swings in style from the 2020s. I have suggested to more than a few that Champagne may soon be the new Burgundy. But then, if the Amoc shuts down Europe may possibly freeze and all bets are off. Would North Africa then become the new Burgundy?

    Crazy times. The pricing is now absurd, in any case, and all I can see is the passing of a golden era.

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