Lovers of vintage Bordeaux are in luck

Chateau Margaux

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

A Rioja with a sublime demeanour

2011 Cirsion, Bodegas Roda, Rioja, Spain

This is one of the most expressive and captivating Riojas I have ever tasted, says Matthew Jukes.

An exuberant cosmic rosé

2016 L’exuberance du Clos Cantenac Rosé, Bordeaux, France

Throughout the experience the incredible and unforgettable merlot scent pervades your senses, says Matthew Jukes.

A wildly scented nebbiolo packed with fruit

2013 Barbaresco, Bruno Rocca, Piemonte, Italy

The most striking aspect of this ethereal creation from Barbaresco is the perfume, says Matthew Jukes.

A thrilling but affordable Barolo

Barolo wine

This Italian red is a thrilling wine with exquisite balance, says Matthew Jukes.

Profound wines from Portugal

2014 Post Scriptum de Chryseia, Prats & Symington, Douro, Portugal

The red wines from this historic port-making estate are utterly fascinating. Matthew Jukes picks his favourites.

A delicious, world-class Bordeaux

2009 Château Lafon-Rochet, 4ème Cru, Saint-Estèphe, Bordeaux

This Château Lafon-Rochet has an amazing flavour, with further ageing potential, says Matthew Jukes.

A truly spectacular chardonnay

2015 Trinity Hill, Gimblett Gravels Chardonnay, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand

This is the finest wine I have tasted under this label, says Matthew Jukes. It is scintillatingly well made.

The world’s finest Aussie shiraz

2013 La Violetta, Up! Shiraz, Great Southern, Western Australia

Don’t delay, says Matthew Jukes. When it comes to great shiraz, you need to own Up!

The best Kiwi pinot noir for just £15

2015 Yealands Estate, Single Vineyard Pinot Noir, Awatere Valley, Marlborough, New Zealand

Very few Kiwis can make stunning pinot noir at 15 quid, says Matthew Jukes. Yealands Estate is one.

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