Tim Atkin MW

Tim Atkin MW
Argentine Malbec terroir, Wines of Argentina

In partnership with Wines of Argentina How Malbec shows Argentina’s diverse terroirs What comes after Malbec? It’s a question I get asked a lot, especially in Argentina, where producers are wary…

What Pinotage tastes like

Not a fan of Pinotage? Time Atkin MW explains why you should give it another chance, and picks wines to change your mind...

d'arenberg, Chester and d'Arry

After a century of winemaking in McLaren Vale, this family-owned producer offers some of the best value in Australia. And it’s all done with guts and gusto, backed by tenacity…

Tim Atkin MW on New Zealand Syrah

Back in 2007, I was one of a number of journalists who attended New Zealand’s first-ever Syrah Symposium, in Hawke’s Bay. It was a bold – some might say vainglorious…

Angelo Gaja interview

Having revolutionised Italian wine, the ego is understandable. But what of Angelo Gaja’s claim that Italy’s future is white? By tim atkin MW

Pedro Parra: breaking new ground

Winemaking consultants may be everywhere in Chile, but Pedro Parra is the only terroir consultant. That’s a lot of dirt to dig, says tim atkin MW

Tim Atkin’s top 25 South African wines

He’s been accused of having it in for South Africa, and being overly critical of its reds (especially those ‘rubbery’ ones). So we asked tim atkin mw to tell us…

Adolfo Hurtado: Wonder Boy

There’s a considered approach behind Adolfo Hurtado’s meteoric rise in Chilean winemaking. He and tim atkin MW talk Pinot and progress

Interview with Eben Sadie

The Western Cape’s enfant terrible tells Tim Atkin MW of his frustration with protocol and why he’ll never follow the crowd

50 Best Value Red Wines

Resolved to rein in your spend on 'everyday' bottles? Five of the UK's top critics each pick their top ten reds under £10 - all available from supermarkets or national…

Cullen Wines

Mother and daughter winemakers Di and Vanya Cullen are creating great wines in Western Australia. Tim Atkin meets the duo