Matthew Jukes launches the new MoneyWeek Wine Club website with a new merchant – Domaines Direct – and six sensational new wines.
Matthew's latest wine reviews from Moneyweek magazine
2015 CVNE Imperial Reserva
This mellow and complex red is perfect for a summer barbecue – or an autumnal game dish, a wintry beef stew, or a succulent spring lamb.
2018 Te Whare Ra
This staggeringly delicious New Zealand white is insanely well-made with bitingly fresh fruit and laser-driven accuracy on the palate.
Made by one of the most sought-after wineries in Australia, this is a succulent, sensual shiraz, says Matthew Jukes.
This dramatic, spicy wine is stuffed with the flavours of mountainside fruit.
2017 Les Clos de Paulilles
The sea-shell freshness in this young, dry white wine makes it quite unlike any other.
2014 Chapel Down
This English sparkling wine is a grand wine with an expansive flavour and terrific potential, says Matthew Jukes.
2008 Pazo Señorans
This Albariño is more than a decade old, but is still brimming with meadow-flower and citrus pith flavours and vigorous acidity.
2016 Viñas de Gain
This sensational Spanish red sums up in one bottle everything I love about tempranillo, says Matthew Jukes.
The 2018 Kottabos is not a typical Cape red in that it is leaner, more fragrant and kindlier on the palate, says Matthew Jukes.
What I like so much about this relative newcomer is that the wines from the brand are perfectly ready to drink from the off, says Matthew Jukes.