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Which house first explored biodynamic practices in Champagne?
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Some wineries choose to harvest their grapes at night - but why? We ask the winemakers...
Petit Verdot is a supporting actor in many top Bordeaux red blends on the Left Bank and, even in small quantities, can make a big difference to the finished wine, according to its proponents.
Know your grapes? See if you can name the top varieties in Spain's largest wine-producing area...