• Tindal’s wines and spirits in the press. December 2016.


    Recent Press. 12/12/16 For the full report with clickable links please click here.  

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  • Bouchard score highly in Burghound’s latest white report.

    Bouchard’s whites do well in Burghounds latest report.

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  • The Riesling Revolution

    Some of the greatest wines in the world are from this grape. Alsace, Germany and Australia are brought together in this tasting illustrating the different styles on the market.

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  • Burgundy 2011 – Vintage Update

    Burgundy 2011 – A vintage turned around by recent good weather.

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  • Our French wines win over the critics at La Bodega in Ranelagh

    La Bodega Sunday Business Post 17 jul 11

    A couple of our wines featured well in Ross Golden-Bannon’s recent visit to La Bodega in Ranelagh.

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  • Casa Marin in the Press

    110129 Irish Times Mag Casa Marin

    For those of us who’d like to be transported into a luscious saliva induced state of Rieslingness you can buy it now just click on the bottle.  

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  • Bordeaux producers discontentment at way their money is being wasted

    A crowd of discontented Bordeaux producers headed by Dominique Techer, owner of Chateau Gombaude-Guillot and Clos Plince in Pomerol have threatened to sue the CIVB (Comite Interprofessional des Vins des Bordeaux) over the fact that their annual subscription is not being spent wisely. Do you think that in Ireland us tax payers should do something similar to our current government??  

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  • Parkers Points Bordeaux 2009

    So the man himself … seen as God by many and certainly the most influential wine critic in the world today has released his notes on Bordeaux 2009. He favours the bigger reds and bolder styles, leaving those looking for a subtle juice confused by his scores. A lengthy profile entitled “The Million Dollar Nose” ran in The Atlantic Monthly in December 2000. Among other claims, Parker told the author that he tastes 10,000 wines a year and “remembers every wine he has tasted over the past thirty-two years and, within a few points, every score he has given as

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