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There’s a new red wine that’s becoming a bit of a hit. But the wine writing fraternity are up in arms. It’s Apothic red, from California, and leading UK critic Tim Atkin has described it as ‘undrinkable’.
Tracy Cervellone CWE's insight:
Atkin hates 'em. A lot of other people don't. Make up your own mind. Please.
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