Decanter magazine: April 2019

Decanter buyer’s guide: Australian Chardonnay – Sarah Ahmed rounds up the styles and picks top bottles

Decanter Hall of Fame Award 2019 – Becky Wasserman-Hone is a champion of Burgundy. Rosi Hanson meets her



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Monasterio, Argentina – The country’s first grand cru? Patricio Tapia reports

Vintage report: Southern Rhône 2017 – Expect ageworthy reds and rich whites. Matt Walls shares his highlights from the region

Regional profile: Howell Mountain – Elin McCoy explores the wild side of Napa Valley, selecting the AVA’s best producers

Burgundy: great premiers crus – There are some premiers crus that punch above their weight. Stephen Brook introduces those that could arguably be grand cru in status

Bordeaux 2016  – Jane Anson revisits the year in bottle, recommending top wines and value picks

Wine and the environment – What is the environmental impact of wine production? Rupert Joy explores the key issues and latest research

Steven Spurrier’s Fine Wine World – What our consultant editor has been tasting this month

Chilean Carmenère panel tasting: 89 wines tasted – Sound quality from Chile’s signature red grape, with some impressive wines at the top end too

Picpoul de Pinet panel tasting: 57 wines tasted – This popular white remains a reliably consistent choice for wine lovers and offers great value

Expert’s choice: Pacific Northwest reds – Michael Alberty selects a compelling range of bottles from Oregon and Washington

Travel: Luxury residential wine courses – Amy Wislocki goes back to school in sunny Provence

Travel: My Las Vegas – Local resident Marisa Finetti picks the highlights for wine lovers

Wine legend: Nederburg Cabernet Sauvignon 1974, Paarl, South Africa