My husband is not a wine dork like me, but he is an avid wine drinker and therefore he is a way more typical consumer than I am. I’m constantly surprised and informed by his wine preferences, which are largely very different than mine. An example is the time I opened what promised to be a gorgeous Super Tuscan to serve at a dinner party, only to discover it had what I considered to be a bad case of brett...
It has been 300 years since Cosimo III de’ Medici first drew up his Bando delineating four wine producing areas in Tuscany and it was through this lens that Liberty Wines hosted the “Beyond the Bando” tasting yesterday in London.
Combier should know something about this. Domaine Combier, is celebrating 46 years of organics. That makes it one of the oldest practitioners in France, thanks to decisions taken by Laurent’s father, Maurice Combier, who died earlier this year.
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