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A vast array of whisky and wine this week
In which we wander rather far from the beaten track to taste wines from Jura and Canada
Tea time is getting a little boozy
Four years after the last generally-declared vintage port hit our shores, here come the 2011s
Some top-notch bottles from Carte Blanche Wines
Wines that made the grade this week, from Italy, Germany and Austria
One grape, three regions, a touch of RS and a whole lot of acidity.
We know that serving fizz chilled is crucial but is there an optimum temperature and can a few degrees either side make that much difference? Julie Sheppard heads to Champagne to find out
With the 2013 Sommelier Wine Awards now underway, there is no better time to reflect on last year’s results and performances.
Sommeliers from around the UK competed to prove their Portuguese wine and food matching credentials. Who would come out on top?
Winemakers in the Loire are working together to produce distinctive Sauvignon Blanc wines with a unique sense of regionality. And here’s your chance to try them – for free!
There’s more to life, and wine vintages, than perfection. The River Café’s Emily O’Hare attends the 2011 Bordeaux en primeur tastings, in a year that follows two highly acclaimed vintages
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
The return of the London International Wine Fair and Distil
Andrew Catchpole joins a team of top UK sommeliers on a mission to see if Beaujolais can stand up to recent hype