Yantra is sensational with buoyant cherry notes and a long, soothing, mineral-spiked finish, says Matthew Jukes.
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There is nothing quite like great white Burgundy, says Matthew Jukes – especially when it’s Viré-Clessé.
This Côte de Brouilly is joyous and yet bracingly authentic in the same breath, says Matthew Jukes.
The epic Bin 389 passes from the 2013 to the 2014 vintage soon and both are staggeringly serious creations, says Matthew Jukes.
The 2015 Gundog Estate captivates the senses and sends you into a semi-trance-like state, says Matthew Jukes.
Ayala is making some of the most individual and fascinating wines in the region, says Matthew Jukes.
Aeon is a measured wine with equal parts brutish warrior and debonair charmer.
There comes a moment in an adventurous red wine drinker’s life when they feel obliged to tackle the little-known mondeuse variety, says Matthew Jukes.
The rule this week is easy to understand, says Matthew Jukes. Suspend disbelief and follow me.
The 2014 and 2015 Restless River are sensational vintages, says Matthew Jukes. But this 2013 is a show-stopper.