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Bordeaux Dry Whites,

Bordeaux dry whites: a guide

About 19 hours ago

Think the Médoc only produces reds? Think again. With roots reaching back centuries, top dry whites can...

Crozes Hermitage

The New World of the northern Rhône

Thursday 24 July 2014

A crucible of experimentation, Crozes-Hermitage is home to a band of young producers with New World...

St Chinian

Regional profile: St-Chinian

Wednesday 16 July 2014

The Languedoc's oldest winemaking region could historically be a minefield in terms of style and...

Montrose sign

Producer profile: Chateau Montrose

Wednesday 16 July 2014

Bought eight years ago by the billionaire Bouygues brothers, Montrose has been transformed at huge cost,...

Champagne World War 2

Champagne during WW2: From vines to victory

Thursday 10 July 2014

Amid the despair of World War II, the canny and resourceful winegrowing inhabitants of Champagne were...

supermarket

Buying wine: know your rights

Friday 4 July 2014

Would you return a corked wine back to your supermarket or local merchant? Would you be confident of...

Tasmania

Regional profile: Tasmania

Friday 4 July 2014

This island state has less than 1% of Australia’s vineyards and just 0.1% of wine is exported, but that...

Spurrier

Steven Spurrier's guide to tasting young wine

Friday 20 June 2014

Background information is key when assessing the future of a wine that isn’t even in bottle yet, says...

Brazil wines

Wine explorations in Brazil

Friday 13 June 2014

More famous for sport than wine, Brazil nevertheless has a vine-growing heritage that is coming to the...

extreme wines

Chile and Argentina: Going to extremes

Friday 13 June 2014

Electric and refreshing flavours are cropping up in unlikely pockets of Chile and Argentina, at altitude...

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