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Mauten (1)A good year for the rosés

Domaine Gourt de Mautens Rosé, IGP Vaucluse, France 2010
"Who says rosé can’t be complex? Not Jérôme Bressy, evidently. Based in the village of Rasteau, his gorgeous, pink brings spice, liquorice, garrigue herbs, subtly chewy texture, and a long mineral finish to the pure tangy raspberry."

 David Williams, The Guardian, 17th May 2015

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Dampt (2)New wines with an ancient twist

"The ancients loved amphorae, those giant terracotta pots, to ferment and store their wines in, and now modern winemakers do too. What started as a quirky winemaking experiment conducted by the lunatic fringe has become more widespread with growers all over the world."

Featuring: "Sébastien Dampt’s intense, steely-stony, salt-licked 2013 Chablis 1er Cru, Les Beugnons"

Jane Macquitty, The Times, 9th May 2015

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MontbourgeauDomaine de Montbourgeau Crémant de Jura

 

"Apple-scented, bone-dry, light and linear with lime-zest acidity. It's made from Chardonnay in the same way as non-vintage Champagne (in this case aged for 18 months on its lees) but, as you would expect from the price, doesn't have Champagne's complexity. 86 points."


 

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