Why Kiwis are missing out by not ageing wine

Why Kiwis are missing out by not ageing wine

Up from the cellar came a village Chambolle-Musigny 1978, a Cru Bourgeois 1981 from Bordeaux and, for a bit of fun at the end, a Mumm Brut NV Champagne that had been resting quietly since the early 1980s. None of them were expensive wines, but all were rendered more interesting by having been cellared for more than 30 years (the calm, golden, chamomile-infused non-vintage Mumm being a particular revelation).

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