Wine

A treasure trove of sensational wines

For his August selection of wines for the MoneyWeek Wine Club, Matthew Jukes picks an eclectic line-up of six Italian, German and French gems to delight your palate.


A honeyed sweetie with orangey notes

2016 Disznóko, Late Harvest, Tokaji, Hungary

This Tokaji is both sweet and dry in one breath, says Matthew Jukes.

A Rioja at the peak of its powers

2011 Miguel Merino Rioja

This Rioja is is fresh and well-balanced, says Matthew Jukes, with extra levels of plushness and sexiness.

A treasure trove of sensational wines

For his August selection of wines for the MoneyWeek Wine Club, Matthew Jukes picks an eclectic line-up of six Italian, German and French gems to delight your palate.

Two amazing Chiantis; one fabulous vintage

2015 Chianti Clasico

The 2015 is one of the finest Chianti vintages I can remember says Matthew Jukes.

2017 Santolin: an exciting, handmade pinot noir

2017 Santolin, Cosa Nostra Pinot Noir,

You are certain to adore this pinot noir, says Matthew Jukes. But you’ll have to move fast.

A dramatic and rewarding amphora wine

The UK’s first amphora wine is dramatic and extremely rewardin, says Matthew Jukes.

An “everyday posh” red from Australia

2013 Moss Wood, Ribbon Vale Cabernet Sauvignon

This wine is the real deal from Australia, says Matthew Jukes. And it will blow you away.

A perfect present for a special occasion

1959 Château Prieuré du Monastir del Camp

This insanely cheap and fabulously dark, rich and spicy red is the perfect buy for a friend’s birthday.

Impressive wines with true character

Two whites, one rosé and three reds: Matthew Jukes picks six beauties for al fresco entertaining for July’s MoneyWeek wine club.

A shopping list of uniquely appealing Spanish wines

2012 Libamus, Dulce de Mencía wine

Chocolate brownies will never taste the same again without a glass of this insane wine along for the ride, says Matthew Jukes.

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