Saturday December 7, 2019

3 wines to try, buy and put by

17th April, 2016

Limerickman Dermot Sugrue, of the Goring Family Wiston estate in the South Downs is an emerging star of the English wine scene. In this wine, Sugrue has crafted a glorious, rich, ripe fruit and toasty brioche tones with a drift of delicate confiture. There is an opulent mid-palate and a sultry, savoury finish.

It sets a new benchmark in fine sparkling wine beyond Champagne. No wonder Champagne houses have started buying up land across the...

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