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Mentzendorff
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Andrew Hawes

Eroica Montalcino 2019

30 May, 2019

Andrew Hawes, Justin Liddle and Alan Montague-Dennis from Mentzendorff joined Brunello di Montalcino producer Ciacci Piccolomini d’Aragona and 3,000 other riders for the Eroica Montalcino at the end of May this year.

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Mentzendorff
By
Becky Herbert

Mentzendorff tackles sustainability at 2019 Portfolio Tasting

15 March, 2019

The Mentzendorff Portfolio Tasting was recently held at 1 Great George Street, London; the theme of this year’s tasting was sustainability and the topic was explored in depth at a seminar and panel discussion chaired by Peter Richards MW and featuring a selection of speakers from across the Mentzendorff Portfolio, including Denis Bunner – Champagne Bollinger, Federico Ceretto – owner, Anthony Hamilton Russell of Hamilton Russell Vineyards, Andrew Donaldson – founder of Akitu from New Zealand’s Central Otago and Adrian Bridge CEO of the Fladgate Partnership.

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Mentzendorff
By
Alan Montague-Dennis

Eroica Gaiole 2018

24 October, 2018

That idea of “ beauty of fatigue and thrill of conquest ….” Giancarlo Brocci

On October 7th 2018 , Andrew Hawes , Justin Liddle and Alan Montague-Dennis travelled to Pisa with their vintage steel bicycles  to join our Italian agency Principals , Ciacci Piccolomoni D’Aragona to form “Team Ciacci” and participate in L’Eroica di Gaiole.

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Mentzendorff
By
Alan Montague-Dennis

The 2018 Dallaglio Cycle Slam

7 June, 2018

Dallaglio RugbyWorks’ epic cycling challenge takes on the French and Swiss Alps, Italian lakes and stunning scenery of Slovenia and Croatia where the 1,800km journey concluded in June 2018.

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Mentzendorff
By
Ciara Wong

A Tasting with Brian Croser AO

1 May, 2018

Needing no introduction, Brian Croser AO, is one of the most famous figures in the wine world. Prominent in 1970s as winemaker at Hardy’s Brian left to be a consultant winemaker and start up his own winery – Petaluma in 1976. A visionary, setting up first winery in the Adelaide Hills, recognising the huge potential to make fine wine. He is currently the Deputy Chair of Wine Australia, has won many accolades for his work in and for the Australian wine industry, including Decanter Man of the Year in 2004 and Order of Australia (AO).

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