A glass of heaven from the Mosel

2015 Berry Bros. & Rudd, Mosel Riesling Kabinett by Selbach-Oster, Germany

This Mosel is nine quid a bottle if you buy it by the case, says Matthew Jukes – a small price to pay for a glass of heaven.

No substitutes for this unique Champagne

NV Moutard, Champ Persin, Côte des Bar, Champagne, France

This is one Champagne that offers a unique flavour and it should never be substituted, says Matthew Jukes.

A fail-safe rosé for the summer

2016 Château Saint Baillon Rosé, Réserve du Château, Côtes de Provence, France

For as long as I can remember, Saint Baillon has nailed it, says Matthew Jukes. Every single vintage.

A silky, mellow pinot gris

2016 Jules Taylor, Pinot Gris, Marlborough, New Zealand

Jules’s wine is a serious creation, says Matthew Jukes, which is built with style and depth of fruit.

A punk rock Beaujolais for all-day glugging

2016 Magpie Estate, The Mixed Thing, grenache/cinsault/cabernet franc, Barossa Valley, South Australia

The Mixed Thing is punk rock Beaujolais with flamboyant juicy fruit and a sense of humour, says Matthew Jukes.

A beautifully made and seriously inexpensive cab sauv

2014 Yalumba, Y Series Cabernet Sauvignon, South Australia

This Yalumba is a great wine and it is a fantastic time to buy a case, says Matthew Jukes.

A white and a red with heart

2015 Paul Roos, Die Skoolhoof, Stellenbosch, South Africa

The 2015 Paul Roos Die Filantroop is a chewy, earthy, bitter, bloody wine, says Matthew Jukes.

Wine of the week: a ravishing white from England

2016Plumpton Estate white wine

This floral English white is nothing short of inspirational, says Matthew Jukes.

A unique and otherworldly sherry

La Gitana, En Rama, Manzanilla, Bodegas Hidalgo La Gitana, Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Spain

My pulse quickens at this time of year when La Gitana’s En Rama arrives on our shores, says Matthew Jukes.

Lovers of vintage Bordeaux are in luck

Chateau Margaux

Matthew Jukes gives his thoughts on the lastest batch of wine from Bordeaux.

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