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Burgundy tops the polls

A long-running battle between has resulted in top-class wines at all price levels

14th February, 2016
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A picturesque Pommard vineyard

Nearly two weeks into General Election 2016, and the all-pervasive air of political narcissism has nearly reached a peak. By way of comfort, I would like to add that it’s not just us. When you look at the world of wine, you see that the same politics of pettiness and parochial self-interest is at play.

However, the difference between politics in Ireland and politics in the wine world is the result. For us, a...

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