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Wines of Navarra recently asked you, the country’s top wine professionals, to make a case for some free wine, and maybe win a trip to the region. Here are the top 10 entries
Big merchants might provide the bulk of the on-trade’s wine, but it’s the little guys who supply the pizzazz and the personality. Henrietta Clancy talks to some of the country’s top sommeliers to discover their favourite small wine merchants
Controversial they may be, but natural wines have that trait that sommeliers prize above all others: personality
Rioja, Ribera del Duero and Priorat all make much of their aristocratic roots. Clinton Cawood joins a team of tannin-hardened sommeliers to put their top wines to the test and find out which region has the strongest claim to the Spanish throne
A series of masterclasses have been helping the trade get to grips with a few of the wines within Europe that have the heritage and quality levels required to gain Protected Designation of Origin status. In case you missed them, turn the page to take a closer look at the wines of Burgundy and the Douro Valley...
Napa has myriad terroirs, dozens of soil profiles and hundreds of producers. So why is it dominated by one-note Cabernet Sauvignons? Simon Woods joins a puzzled group of sommeliers to find out
I t’s a truth universally acknowledged in the music biz that a broken heart tends to produce far better songwriting than a happy one. Likewise, when it comes to writing magazine columns, general bad temper (possibly fuelled by a G&T or two) and some kind of axe to grind generally results in something far more likely…
London's most expensive bottle of Champagne sold for £120,000
A City restaurant and bar being honest about mark ups
The search for the best young sommelier and chef team is now on
Gerard Basset MS MW MBA OBE...
The drinks supplier teams up with Flow to provide online hospitality training.
Battersea’s Artisan & Vine to offer tours of English wineries
Carluccio's summer of wine