Tim Atkin MW on North-West Spain’s Indigenous Varietals
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by Ali Yuill
3M ago
One of the most important and diverse wine regions of Spain, Castilla y León combines notable DOs such as Ribera del Duero, Toro, Rueda and Bierzo.  It is the diversity and personality of the indigenous varietals, each with their own character specific to the local terroir, that make the wines produced in this area so […] The post Tim Atkin MW on North-West Spain’s Indigenous Varietals appeared first on Three Wine Men ..read more
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Tom Surgey visits the Pays d’Oc and suggests you do the same
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by Ali Yuill
5M ago
Wine is a fantastic catalyst for exploration and adventure. There is a unique brand of excitement to be found when heading to a wine region with a packed itinerary of visits ahead. It starts with a tantalizing buzz of anticipation. Sitting on an early morning flight. Knowing a busy but joy-filled few days stretch out […] The post Tom Surgey visits the Pays d’Oc and suggests you do the same appeared first on Three Wine Men ..read more
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Discover PDO Santorini with Oz Clarke
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by Ali Yuill
8M ago
There are two ways to arrive at Santorini. You can glide into the airport at high speed, gaze delightedly out of the plane’s window at the great glistening Bay that the Island’s western shore seems to girdle like a giant crab’s claw, and feel very 21st Century as you sweep through customs towards your hire […] The post Discover PDO Santorini with Oz Clarke appeared first on Three Wine Men ..read more
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For those who love Italian wine there is no better place to start that journey than with the wines of Castello Banfi.
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by Ali Yuill
1y ago
It’s 3,000ha estate, with one-third devoted to vines, has the Castello at the centre of the estate, and was historically known as Poggio alle Mura, meaning walled hilltop. They produce premium wines using state-of-the-art research and working practices combined with a profound respect for the land and people from which they come. Banfi has vineyards in […] The post For those who love Italian wine there is no better place to start that journey than with the wines of Castello Banfi. appeared first on Three Wine Men ..read more
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Have a very Sherry Christmas with Tom, Tio Pepe and friends
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by Ali Yuill
1y ago
At Three Wine Men we are all planning to have a very Sherry Christmas as we are huge fans of it! The greatness of Sherry is that there is something for every palate from the bone dry to the sumptuously sweet with a sweeping panorama of styles and flavours in between. Tom has chosen three […] The post <strong>Have a very Sherry Christmas with Tom, Tio Pepe and friends</strong> appeared first on Three Wine Men ..read more
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Tim Atkin MW’s appreciation of Rías Baixas’ star grape variety Albariño
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by Clare Malec
1y ago
Why does it always rain on me? Visiting the famous pilgrim city of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, there are times when I feel like Rob McKenna, the character in the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, whose life is literally spent under a cloud. Sure enough, when I touched down in May, the umbrellas were […] The post Tim Atkin MW’s appreciation of Rías Baixas’ star grape variety Albariño appeared first on Three Wine Men ..read more
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How Tom chose his favourites for the ‘Seriously Summery Wines from Portugal’ virtual tasting
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by Clare Malec
1y ago
It’s been a Portugal-heavy year for me, I have to admit. Turns out, when given a few years to reflect on where I really want to be eating, drinking and exploring, it’s in this beautiful, diversely-landscaped, long-thin sliver of a country. So I can’t wait to share my selection of ‘seriously summery Portuguese wines’ at […] The post How Tom chose his favourites for the ‘Seriously Summery Wines from Portugal’ virtual tasting appeared first on Three Wine Men ..read more
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Oz on Constantia – a paradise for Sauvignon Blanc
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by Clare Malec
1y ago
The Constantia Sauvignon Blanc Wine Route must have been one of the easiest wine routes to map out. There’s almost nothing of it. From north to south Constantia is less than 10 km. From east to west it’s usually less than 2 kms. And, anyway, most of the Constantia region is rather attractive suburban villas with stunning […] The post Oz on Constantia – a paradise for Sauvignon Blanc appeared first on Three Wine Men ..read more
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Oz Clarke on Marlborough New Zealand Blanc 2021 – ‘The stuff’s fantastic!’
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by Clare Malec
2y ago
I almost feel as though 2021 is the year when Marlborough re-discovered its soul. Too many recent vintages, particularly of Sauvignon Blanc, have yielded too many rather aimless wines that seemed unsure of what they were trying to achieve, or wines that seemed almost perversely determined to deny the fabulously enticing fruit quality that wine lovers […] The post Oz Clarke on Marlborough New Zealand Blanc 2021 – ‘The stuff’s fantastic!’ appeared first on Three Wine Men ..read more
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Tom Surgey on New York State Wines – more precisely those of the Finger Lakes
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by Clare Malec
2y ago
“I haven’t got out there to visit yet, but let me tell you what I like from the tasting, Dan. I like the structure. I like the concentration. I like the tension of fruit and acidity in all of them. They all feel like really elegant, pretty classically styled wines but with a bit of […] The post Tom Surgey on New York State Wines – more precisely those of the Finger Lakes appeared first on Three Wine Men ..read more
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