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Languedoc winemaker Gérard Bertrand has made a wine to celebrate France's triumph in this year's Six Nations.
Top Bordeaux wines are in danger of falling off restaurant wine lists because of high prices according to Texture owner Xavier Rousset.
Pol Roger UK has taken up the UK distribution of Maison Nicolas Perrin – a new northern Rhône négociant run by Nicolas Jaboulet and backed by the Perrins of Beaucastel fame.
Veuve Clicquot's cellar master was in London recently to launch the Veuve Clicquot Cave Privée Collection, a selection of rare older vintages.
Older vintage champagne might not be the easiest of sells, but it can give you amazing options for food matching. Particularly, says Margaret Rand, with trickier dishes
Welcome to our third Imbibe Club Elite awards...
Welcome to our third Imbibe Club Elite awards…
For sommeliers and the wine-buying public alike nowhere polarises opinion like Bordeaux. Joe Fattorini dons his tweed jacket to find out which of the region’s wines restaurants should be spreading on their toast
This month sees Hine release its 1960 vintage – and it’s a stunner: wonderfully luxuriant white floral notes and beeswaxed wood and spice – a bit like inhaling opulent flower arrangements in a stately home. One of the first bars to stock it is The Coburg at the Connaught, which now offers one of the best selection of…
Good stuff again from the Germanics section, with some excellent food-friendly wines in a variety of styles and at all price levels
Plenty of bang for your buck in this go-ahead section, but the quality wasn’t just at the bottom end; the South of France delivered some excellent wines right the way through
A strong set of wines, that delivered character and restaurant friendliness. The only quibble? The tasters would have liked to see a few more of the cheaper entries
Fewer entries than last year, but some very, very good wines with real character kept our sommeliers more than happy
White Burgundy is historically one of the strongest categories in the competition, and so it proved again, while the reds had their best showing ever
The number of Chablis entered has grown over the last few years, and so has the quality. There were some impressive wines here, with real poise and class