Last year’s collection of MoneyWeek Wine Club wines certainly pricked the interest of a large number of wine-keen readers and this year I am kicking off the set with a phenomenal collection of wintry reds from the peerless Lea & Sandeman palate.
2015 Rosso di Montalcino
This is a spectacular mini-Brunello in every single respect, says Matthew Jukes – including the price.
Everything about this wine is mesmerising, says Matthew Jukes.
2012 Quinta do Noval
This is an astounding wine with nobility and showmanship in every molecule.
A round-up of the best tipples for the season by MoneyWeek wine columnist Matthew Jukes.
This Aussie red explodes out of the glass with as much gusto and impact as you could possibly imagine.
2014 The Society’s Exhibition Victoria Shiraz
This beautiful, unhurried wine sells at an insultingly low price for this level of self-control and sheer excellence.
2008 Viña Ardanza
Uncork this stupendous Rioja and you’ll be in for a very exciting time, says Matthew Jukes.
2017 Arco Laarman
This startlingly bright and clear South African wine has the purest of all cinsault flavours.
The fruit, oak and acidity of this wine are in delightful harmony – discreetly rich while retaining a clean, crisp finish.
This Argentinian Malbec will show you what a genuinely seductive and accurate big red should taste like, says Matthew Jukes.