In Ireland over the centuries, an Anglocentric worldview has often deliberately created a strangely narrow understanding of the world and from a wine perspective, wine regions and their origins. Port wines are a striking example. This wine is from Kopke, the oldest port house founded not by a Scottish woollen merchant called Croft or Taylor, but by the German Consul General of the Hanseatic League in 1638. The wine here is a brilliantly-made and delicious...
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