Decanter November 2017

Decanter November 2017 issue

Portugal’s native reds, best at £8-£25 – Introduced by Sarah Ahmed, our expert panel picks 38 great-value wines made from Portugal’s indigenous grapes

Mouton Rothschild: the new generation – In a Decanter exclusive, Jane Anson talks to Baroness Philippine’s three children, who have now taken up the reins at the family business

German Pinot Noir – Germany’s Spätburgunders are now coming to the fore. Anne Krebiehl MW points us to 20 of the finest examples


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Regional profile: Châteauneuf-du-Pape – The southern Rhône powerhouse has innovation at its heart, and is well set for future change, reports Matt Walls

Producer profile: Foradori – Christelle Guibert meets Elisabetta Foradori at her Trentino estate, where the focus is firmly on Teroldego

Tasmania – The cool Aussie region is fast gaining a reputation for its Pinot Noirs and characterful whites, reports Sarah Ahmed

Brunello di Montalcino 2012: 123 wines tasted – Another hot Tuscany vintage, but there’s good consistency among some high-scoring wines

Spanish Atlantic reds: 92 wines tasted – Refreshing styles and intriguing flavours in a fascinating journey across the north of Spain

Expert’s choice: Australian whites – Australia fields an impressive and varied range of white grape varieties, says Matthew Jukes

Restaurants – Fiona Beckett in the wilds of Wales; Nina Caplan finds the best storeroom in Melbourne

Travel: Hemel-en-Aarde – South Africa’s ‘heaven on earth’ wine route