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Our picks from recent portfolio tastings and field trips...
Who needs Pinot when you’ve got blanc de blancs like this? Giles Fallowfield puts a wide selection of Chardonnay-centric champagne in front of an appreciative team of sommeliers
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
As the seasoning in a cocktail bartender’s arsenal, there’s no doubting the importance of bitters behind the bar. Clinton Cawood joins our Imbibe panel as the tasters brave a weird and wonderful selection of flavours
There are few vinous subjects more controversial than the concept of natural wines. Clinton Cawood and a panel of sommeliers pitted a flight of additive-free wines against a selection of regular examples, to see what would come out on top
Berry Bros & Rudd releases some very special spirits
Entries for the 2015 Sommelier Wine Awards are now being accepted
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
Fifty year old single malt, a new gin, and our pick from this week's wine tastings
A selection of our favourite wines tasted this week
Some great wines we stumbled upon during the first few weeks of this year's tasting season...
Viña Ventisquero introduces Tara, a range of wines from the Atacama Desert, to the UK.
With sparkling wine a firm fixture in the uk, Imbibe gathered a panel of experts to discuss putting more fizz into higher quality sales. Andrew Catchpole reports
Wine prices may continue to creep upwards, but £50 remains a crucial price point on a wine list. We put the country’s top sommeliers to the test, asking them to submit their best wine under this magic mark, then blind tasted the lot at Imbibe Live. Clinton Cawood reports