Tag Archives: Bordeaux

Eric Arnold

The streaming service Netflix recommends movies and TV shows you’ll like based on your prior viewing habits. So it should come as no surprise that Netflix recently suggested that I watch Red Obsession, a documentary about China’s infatuation with top-tier… [Read more…]

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Eric Arnold

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A couple weeks ago, I joined several other writers, sommeliers and buyers at a tasting of New Zealand wine led by the legendary Oz Clarke, the man behind all those famous wine guides. Silly me, I always assume that when… [Read more…]

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Eric Arnold

The view from...well, you know

I have a few friends who are resolving to learn about wine this year – for real this time, they say. They promise to buy some Jancis and Johnson books, study some maps, sip some wines – all the things… [Read more…]

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Mindy Joyce

Sometimes you just have to go to an expert. In preparing for our Bordeaux Unlocked: Coveted Château Tastings and Tours, I chatted with Caroline Matthews of Uncorked Wine Tours in Bordeaux to get insider tips on visiting châteaus. Do you… [Read more…]

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Steve Unwin

Ah yes, terrior: How French, how terribly oenological. This broadly applied term comes from the French word terre which means “land,” but what it really refers to is a wine’s “sense of place.” That makes sense, right, for your grape juice… [Read more…]

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