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Wines from New Zealand, Moldova and France, and a few spirits too
From the giddy heights of Côte-Rôtie, to the more affordable wines of Saint-Joseph, the Northern Rhône is a sought-after region for on-trade reds. Clinton Cawood joins a tasting panel in a quest for Syrah heaven
Our picks from recent portfolio tastings and field trips...
Tis the season for wine tastings. Our favourite wines this week.
Wherever there is a shortage of high-quality, food-friendly whites, one region’s unsung wines ride to the rescue. ‘Who was that masked vin?’ asks Matt Walls
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
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.
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
Tavel is rosé – but not as most of your customers would know it. Our panel get to grips with one of the world’s most interesting and unusual wine appellations
Vacqueyras has a long wine growing history, producing wines known for their power. Our panel of tasters found plenty of pedigree at must-have prices
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