Decanter February 2017

Decanter February 2017

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Vintage preview: Burgundy 2015: Wine lovers will find much to like in these incredible reds and approachable whites, say William Kelley and Stephen Brook, who review the vintage and list 100 of their top wines

Emerging talent in Burgundy: William Kelley meets five producers making wines of real merit that are still easier to buy than some of the more cultish, better-known addresses. But not for long…

Top 10 holidays for wine lovers: Our experts have chosen the ultimate travel destinations around the world for 2017

Producer profile: Kumeu River: Peter Richards MW meets the Brajkovich family, who arrived in New Zealand from Croatia 110 years ago, and discovers the secrets behind its world-class Chardonnay

Whole-bunch fermentation: Could this winemaking method, for so long seen as outmoded, be the answer to lower-alcohol, easier-drinking reds? Simon Woolf reports

California Cabernet 2013 – 191 wines tasted: With three Exceptional, eight Outstanding and 79 Highly Recommendeds, one of our most successful tastings proved the quality of 2013

Loire dry Chenin Blanc – 169 wines tasted: A positive tasting that showed off the terroir driven nature of these differing styles, with Anjou and especially Savennières the standouts

Restaurants: Fiona Beckett dines in Cornwall and Tony Aspler eats out in Toronto