Top 10 wines in the UK press

Vincent Carême Vouvray Sec, Loire, France 2011

Vincent Carême Vouvray SecIn The Observer, David Williams picked out this wine, writing: “There’s always something magical about drinking very old wine and the almost dizzying feeling of time-travel you get as you taste something shaped by the weather all those years ago. Sometimes the experience is more academic than hedonistic: the wine is historically curious rather than objectively delicious. A bottle of modern Vouvray master Vincent Carême’s fabulous, tingling, rich, apples-in-honey dry Chenin is a worthy alternative for a special occasion now or many years down the line. (£17.95, Berry Bros & Rudd).”

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