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Arguably the standout category of this year’s SWA, Beaujolais delivered some terrific wines at fantastic prices
A good, rather than great, year for white Burgundy with the 2008s often too tight and 2009s fractionally too young
In the past, a By The Glass award has gone to wines that match specific dishes – the theory being that they could be served by the glass as ready matches with a meal.
With a general lack of great available vintages to call on, this was a category that polarised the opinions of the tasters
A depressing paucity of white entries, but the best red showing since the birth of the SWAs, with high-quality, individual wines right across the price points
Riesling is making itself at home in more and more countries, but where is it performing best? Clinton Cawood joins an eager sommelier panel for a top-notch tasting that pits Old World against New World and some acknowledged masters against hungry, young upstarts
Once again, the Rhône was one of the standout categories of the competition, with great wines – red and white – across the region and across the price points
The French law prohibiting the sale of products bearing the name absinthe is set to be lifted.
A mixed delivery of Chapoutier wine was stolen last week en route to Cert Octavian.
Château Latour owner François Pinault has moved to acquire famed Rhône Valley estate Château-Grillet, one of the few in France to have its own AOC.
Advertising watchdogs have banned a Corney & Barrow ad publicising a 'Beaujolais breakfast' offer.
Could the enthusiasm about the latest Burgundy release be warranted this time? Clinton Cawood buttonholes some sommeliers at the January tastings and finds reasons for genuine excitement
Burgundians will tell you that you can’t grow decent Pinot outside Burgundy. A blind tasting of 100 examples from the around the globe suggests otherwise, says Clinton Cawood
Iconic dessert wine Château d’Yquem has brought its new by-the-glass programme to London with an offering of the 1996 vintage at Bob Bob Ricard in Soho.
The tenth annual France Under One Roof tasting will be held on 9 March 2011.