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Sonoma, Kunde Mountain Top

Sonoma: An enchanted encounter

Wednesday 29 October 2014

It may keep a lower profile than neighbouring Napa, but Denis Lin is enthralled by the dramatic scenery...

Clos des Lambrays

Producer profile: Domaine des Lambrays

Tuesday 21 October 2014

The upward trajectory of this estate looks set to continue as it becomes the Burgundian jewel in LVMH's...


Cahors: taming the tiger

Wednesday 15 October 2014

While Argentinian Malbec may be stealing the limelight, the best producers in its homeland of Cahors are...

Italy winemaking giants, Torre Rosazza Italy

Italy's winemaking giants: Big can be beautiful

Thursday 2 October 2014

In the world of wine, smaller is often regarded as better, with boutique estates and cult micro-cuvées...

Bordeaux landscape small

Insider's guide to Bordeaux city

Friday 26 September 2014

The fourth generation to be involved with Château Haut-Bailly, Véronique Sanders has grown up with the...

Amisfield New Zealand

New Zealand: a Pinot Noir paradise

Thursday 25 September 2014

Over the past 30 years, New Zealand’s Pinot Noir has gone from strength to strength and become a serious...


When to blend wine: the big debate

Thursday 25 September 2014

Timing is everything – and never more so than when it comes to blending wines. So how do winemakers...

Lambrusco Cleto Chiarli

Lambrusco: time to think again

Wednesday 24 September 2014

Don't write off Lambrusco as sweet, simple wine made on an industrial scale, urges Margaret Rand....

Istria, Motovun Istria

Regional profile: Istria

Monday 22 September 2014

This heart-shaped, northwest corner of Croatia has been billed as the ‘New Tuscany’ and is home to a...


Muscadet: Renaissance in a glass

Thursday 18 September 2014

Muscadet fell out of fashion 20 years ago, but today it's all the rage, thanks to a handful of...

Vineyards in Pauillac

Insight: Pauillac's pulling power

Wednesday 10 September 2014

Though soils and microclimates play a vital role in Pauillac, Ian D'Agata finds it is the human touch...


Cooperage: the art of oak ageing

Tuesday 9 September 2014

Oak ageing is an art. The barrels a winemaker chooses have a marked effect on how the wine will taste,...

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