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jane anson
Wine writer, author of Wine Revolution, Bordeaux Legends, Angélus, Club of Nine, currently working on Inside Bordeaux. Contributing editor Decanter magazine.
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Jane Anson: My favourite novels - Decanter from
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Replying to @nglumineau
we miss you!!
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2017 in bottle, Pauillac to start the day.
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jane anson Nov 19
I thought they just left it blank in the US in 1993?
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jane anson Nov 19
Always love visiting Le Puy. Like Petrus it has now dropped the ‘Chateau’ part, as of 2017 vintage, + added the standing stone to the label.
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jane anson Nov 19
Replying to @Mat_Doumenge
Mais c'est triste, I love that place.
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jane anson Nov 19
Replying to @Virginia_Made
i think you were right first time. Interesting to see American reaction. #1993
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jane anson Nov 19
Replying to @off2wine
i wondered exactly the same thing.
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jane anson Nov 19
The 2017 Mouton Rothschild gets its label from French artist Annette Messager, winner of Golden Lion at Venice Biennale in 2005. This is called Hallelujah.
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Sotheby's Nov 18
Just 4 days to go to bid on exceptional wines and wine experiences to benefit , Bordeaux’s wine museum. The magnanimous hospitality on offer from the winemakers is immediately evident from the 42 lots which make up the sale. Take a look here:
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jane anson Nov 18
Does Anthony Barton make it into The Crown...?
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alicefeiring Nov 18
Natural hits The New Yorker How Natural Wine Became a Symbol of Virtuous Consumption
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Jay Rayner Nov 18
OFM made me put on a Christmas Jumper and detail a restaurant critic's xmas and how to survive your own. It all comes down to this: just remember you don't need five sides and nobody really likes Christmas pudding. Apart from
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jane anson Nov 18
It was amazing, the wines were brilliant (2 x 1970s and a 1978 also) x
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jane anson Nov 18
Back from brilliant weekend in Shanghai w - finishing up w some of Rioja’s oldest family wineries, 50 yrs back to 1964.
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jane anson Nov 15
Kicking off the with a Figeac masterclass.
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jane anson Nov 15
Wind Legends supper in Shanghai more than living up to its name. Thanks and all the very lovely producers.
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jane anson Nov 14
Nearly ready for Shanghai tasting tomorrow.
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jane anson Nov 14
Replying to @Mat_Doumenge
another nice trip!!!! x
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