In total, 271 wines representing the very best of 2015 comprise the Official Selection of Crus Bourgeois du Médoc for that year. Tomorrow (September 21), 189 of them will be presented at the London Trade tasting, where visitors will be able to self-pour and taste the wines. The 2015 vintage marks the Crus Bourgeois du Médoc’s eighth Official Selection, representing the top wines from a specific vintage.
The region has seen every type of extreme weather this year, with severe frosts in spring (clearing 23% of buds across the region) followed by an exceptionally hot and sunny spell between mid-May and the end of July and hail storms in early August. Echoing the Loire, parts of Spain and also the Denbies estate in Surrey, UK, harvesting started earlier than usual in Champagne.
The Florist will be opening its doors in early 2018 with a site in Bristol. A pub concept with vintage elegance, NWTC said it will be once again bringing its drinks formula of cocktails and selection of world ale, alongside a deli, rotisserie and grill-inspired food menu. Cocktails will be “clean, fresh and aromatic” featuring seasonal, garden-inspired twists with herbal notes.
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Selecting a term
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