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Andrew Caillard MW: The names to look out for at the Australia Redefined tasting

Langton’s Andrew Caillard MW talks Australian wines to buy and wineries to watch.

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English still wine: Tasting the stellar 2018 vintage

In England, 2018 was described as the vintage of a generation. To find out if it's true, we called in a selection of bottles and invited a panel of somms to try it out.

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A sommelier's dream: Tasting iconic wines at Imbibe Live

Our roundup of the best vintages from Pol Roger, Trimbach and Opus One tasted this year at Imbibe Live.

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Seven ways to nail the blind tasting with Jan Konetzki

The scoop from the star sommelier's Palate Training session at Imbibe Live.

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The only way is ethics: Matching vegan food & wine

How do you match vegan cuisine with wine? Kate Malczewski joins a team of somms to #eattherainbow…

Spirits & Cocktails

Does rum need a new categorisation system? Imbibe investigates

Jacopo Mazzeo and a team of bartenders put some potential new rum categories to the test.

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Cape expectations: Best-value South African wines

There’s probably nowhere else in the wine world that delivers as much bang for the buck as South Africa – particularly once you move a little upmarket

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Five Montepulciano d'Abruzzo wines to list now

The average British consumer sees Montepulciano as a grape that makes simple and quaffable wine.

Wine

The only way is ethics: Matching vegan food & wine

How do you match vegan cuisine with wine? Kate Malczewski joins a team of somms to #eattherainbow…

Spirits & Cocktails

Does rum need a new categorisation system? Imbibe investigates

Jacopo Mazzeo and a team of bartenders put some potential new rum categories to the test.

Wine

Cape expectations: Best-value South African wines

There’s probably nowhere else in the wine world that delivers as much bang for the buck as South Africa – particularly once you move a little upmarket

Wine

Five Montepulciano d'Abruzzo wines to list now

The average British consumer sees Montepulciano as a grape that makes simple and quaffable wine.

Wine

The future of Rueda lies in the diversity of Verdejo

The future success of the Spanish region Rueda lies in championing its key grape variety, Verdejo, according to Mario Muñoz, director of international

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Pay less, drink better: Wines that taste twice as good as their price tag

It’s harder than ever to find wines that really deliver.

Wine

The future of Rueda lies in the diversity of Verdejo

The future success of the Spanish region Rueda lies in championing its key grape variety, Verdejo, according to Mario Muñoz, director of international

Wine

Pay less, drink better: Wines that taste twice as good as their price tag

It’s harder than ever to find wines that really deliver.