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Food Match Awards
A big improvement on last year’s medal haul, although with nothing under a tenner, it came at a price…
Plenty of medals again for Chile, although the judges were most impressed stylistically with Australia and South Africa
Some good-value wines but the relatively low ratio of entries to medals suggests a lot of bandwagon-jumping, too
Sparkling Wine & Champagne: Under £14
Italy has emerged triumphant at this year's 42 Below Cocktail World Cup in New Zealand.
New Zealand winery Felton Road is doing its part to help in the aftermath of the recent Christchurch earthquake.
Metis is a Sauvignon Blanc dubbed by its producers as ‘the finest in New Zealand’ and an ‘icon’ for the future.
New Zealand wine brand changes its name.
News from 42 Below: Plans for new reduced-height bottles, and this year's thyme-related Cocktail World Cup winner.
Team Belfast took top honours in the 42 Below Cocktail World Cup 2010 national final at Shoreditch House on 15th February.
Solid, rather than great wines, and a return to dominance for South Africa
Arguably the best performance from Kiwi Sauvignon since the start of the Sommelier Wine Awards, with variety and decent value too
The presence of bargain basement New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc on the UK market is a short-term blip caused by bumper harvests, says Cloudy Bay winemaker Tim Heath.
In the second of our three-part series on the basics of food and wine-matching, Hakkasan’s wine buyer Christine Parkinson tells us how to go about pairing wines with meat