Wine

A Tuscan screamer

2012 Chianti Rufina Riserva, Vigneto Bucerchiale, Fattoria Selvapiana, Tuscany, Italy

Forget overpriced Super Tuscans and oaky, says Matthew Jukes. The 2012 Chianti Rufina Riserva is all you need.

A jaw-droppingly good rosé from Rioja

2016 Ramón Bilbao, Lalomba Rosado, Rioja, Spain

I would never have thought that Rioja could make rosé this classy, says Matthew Jukes.

A biodynamic red to blow sceptics’ minds

2013 Cullen, Mangan East Block, Margaret River, Western Australia

Cullen wines help us understand how effective biodynamic practices can be, says Matthew Jukes.

Move fast to snap up this ethereal English red

2015 Gusbourne, Pinot Noir, Boot Hill Vineyard, Kent, England

This is the most remarkable English pinot noir I have ever tasted, says Matthew Jukes.

Wine of the week: a labour of love from Australia

Bottle of 2015 Circe Pinot Noir wine

This carmine-hued Australian wine has a stunning sheen and arresting aromatic promiscuity, says Matthew jukes.

Wine of the week: a cab with serious class and complexity

2011 Vergelegen, Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon,

This South African cabernet sauvignon offers shocking value, says Matthew Jukes.

A unique and thrilling white – and a bargain too

2016 Château L’Hospitalet, La Reserve Blanc, La Clape, Gérard Bertrand, Coteaux du Languedoc, France

The 2016 Château L’Hospitalet is stunning – I know you will have fun with this beauty, says Matthew Jukes.

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.

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