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German and Austrian reds are on a roll. Their food-friendly styles and all-round elegance is moving them from niched oddity to must-list status. Anne Krebiehl MW looks at the options available, from Blaufränkisch to Zweigelt
A controversial article in Australia shows just how far UK wine lists have come
The last five years have seen restaurants move away from starchy formality to a more relaxed approach. Richard Woodard asks whether this might be the death of the penguin suit
Was a warm, dry September enough to save Champagne’s 2014 vintage after a miserable July and August? Giles Fallowfield gets some early impressions from the region’s winemakers
It’s not every day that you need your passport for a wine tasting, but Matthew Clark’s decision to partner up with The Gorgeous Kitchen at Heathrow Terminal Two brought a whole new meaning to the term ‘flight of wines’. Chris Losh reports
Undurraga’s Patagonian vineyard is the most southerly in the world. Chris Losh talks to intrepid winemaker Rafael Urrejola about making Pinot Noir among the penguins
Provence rosé exports to Britain increase by 60%
Entries for the 2015 Sommelier Wine Awards are now being accepted
What you missed from our London Cocktail Week talk about what’s about to shake up the industry
It’s time you knew more about Aussie wines, says Wine Australia
The sommelier verdict on last week's Crus Bourgeois du Médoc Official Selection 2012 tasting at Carlton House Terrace
Heavy rains put port production at risk
Some great wines we stumbled upon during the first few weeks of this year's tasting season...
Distell bringing out the big guns for the premium SA wine sector in the UK
Viña Ventisquero introduces Tara, a range of wines from the Atacama Desert, to the UK.