The strength of the dollar constrains our selection of American wine.
Whilst Oregon Pinot Noir and Californian Zinfandel can stand on their own merits, it’s harder to argue for the absolute value of Oregon Pinot Gris or Californian Chardonnay, however good the latter can be. For the moment our selection will be limited.
“An Alsatian blend of 58% Pinot Blanc; 20% Muscat; 12% Riesling and 10% Pinot Gris and this is drinking brilliantly, a veritable fruit...”
“Yes, this is a dramatic reduction and we are selling it well below cost. Why? Well we have been waiting for this super-steely and citric Riesling to...”
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