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In this issue: Michael Summerfield, Future Climate and the Impact on Wine: Predictable or Uncertain? / Dr George Gross, Magnificent Occasions: Coronations, Royalty, and Wine / Hugh Johnson, The Bordeaux Club / Miquel Hudin, Las Garnachas of La Rioja: Past Becoming Future? / Anthony Rose, Raumland: Germany’s Pope of Bubbles / Raymond Blake, Olivier Bernard / Anne Krebiehl MW, 2009 Billecart-Salmon Cuvée Elisabeth Salmon Rosé / Michael Schuster, 2021 and 2020 Comte Liger-Belair / Simon Field MW, 2021 Rhône / Robin Lee, 2020 Ornellaia Vendemmia d’Artista / David Williams, 2021 Vintage Port / Charles Curtis MW, Pol Roger Vintages 1934–2012 / Elin McCoy, Château Troplong Mondot 1983–2022 / Simon Field MW, Ridge Vineyards 60th Anniversary Tasting / Sarah Ahmed, 50 Years of Jim Barry The Armagh Shiraz / Margaret Rand, Sara Lecompte Cuvelier / Judy O’Kane, Bordeaux: A Poem / Margaret Rand, Etna: Fire, Fact, and Fantasy / Tastings: 2022 Bordeaux, 2018 Brunello di Montalcino, Jurançon and Pacherenc
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