Recently, my husband and I received a last-minute invite to a dinner party, so I whipped out my phone to text the host and ask her what I could bring. “Bring whatever you want to drink,” she quickly fired back. That night, we swung by the wine store, selected a bottle of white, and confidently hit the party circuit. By which I mean we rang the bell, air kissed our hellos, then handed over the scrumptious sleeve of Chardonnay.
The popular zeitgeist among most of the wine drinkers I come across is that, perhaps as a reaction to an era during which particularly ripe, potent wines seemed to prevail, they are seeking fresh, lively wines that are not too high in alcohol, and don't have any trace of oakiness.
To Kensington Palace Gardens, where Pol Roger celebrated the launch of their new Pol Roger Brut Vintage 2008 in their travelling lodge tent. And jolly nice it was too - the perfect place for David Gandy to toast Sir Winston Churchill's favourite champagne. Everyone drank their own body weight in champagne and scoffed toad in the hole and venison lollipops before trotting off to 5 Hertford Street for the afterparty. Sir Winston would have approved.
We have talked about Burgundy before, but given its propensity for grabbing the headlines it might be worth exploring in a bit more detail. These recent headlines specifically refer to the market share generated on a week by week basis. The Liv-ex blog entitled: “A big week for Burgundy”, explains that the Burgundy market share at just under 37% is very close to Bordeaux at just over 42%, notable because the monthly figures for January 2017 were 18.4% and 61.6% respectively.
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