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Quite a few French gems and some great value Australian wines
Want to know which 10 wine regions are going to be making headlines over the next few years? Chris Losh canvasses the opinions of those who are in the know…
Craggy Range previews 'vintage of a generation'
Tis the season for wine tastings. Our favourite wines this week.
Our picks from the recent Australia Day Tasting
The best of this week's New Zealand and Liberty Wine annual tastings
New food pairing initiative for Australia's annual tasting
In recent years The Kiwis have been doing some great things with Burgundy’s red grape, managing to achieve distinct regionality and food-friendliness, not to mention some decidedly Burgundian price points. Clinton Cawood headed south – to London’s Olympia – with 50 Pinot Noirs and an eager panel of sommeliers
Some top-notch bottles from Carte Blanche Wines
10 years ago, you could tell an Aussie Chardonnay from a Burgundy at 20 paces, but nowadays, with much more linear wines from Down Under it’s not so easy. Clinton Cawood mixes things up and asks a team of trembling tasters for their thoughts
In New Zealand’s warmer North Island, there is a growing feeling that the best reds are being made not with Cabernet and Merlot, but Syrah. Rebecca Gibb heads to Hawke’s Bay and discovers a battle between winemaking idealism and hard-nosed pragmatism
Sparkling Wine & Champagne: Under £14
Not a vast amount in the way of bargains, but there were some decent, unusual wines here, proving that the New World still knows how to innovate
Aussie Shiraz is rarely cheap now, but a growing elegance saw a big rise in medals this year – and a lot of happy tasters
Some good-value wines but the relatively low ratio of entries to medals suggests a lot of bandwagon-jumping, too