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Considering it has one of the oldest viticultural heritages in the world, and vies for top position with France every year as the leading producer of wine by volume, interest in wine investment is a surprisingly recent phenomenon. One reason for this is that – unlike the established secondary markets for fine Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne […]
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Two London restaurants join Michelin's three-star club...
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Matt Walls looks back on his two year research project for his latest book Wines of the Rhone, and the trials and tribulations of moving his family to France...
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Charles Curtis MW rounds up his top Vosne-Romanée & Nuits-St-Georges wines from the 2019 vintage.
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This popular, historic winery is aiming to be recognised as a Barossa Shiraz specialist, by continuing to focus on site-specific releases
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Drawing up a list of ‘the best’ Scotch whiskies is a bit like being asked for your Desert Island Discs: too many to choose from, too many reasons to pick one over another – plus the chosen whiskies change all the time, depending on mood and occasion. One of the joys of exploring the rich […]