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The finest still xarello I have ever tasted
2016 HMR WhiteHMR White is Matthew Jukes' pick for spring/summer indulgence – and it is guaranteed to impress your palate.
18 May 2018
A rosé that tastes as good as it looks
2017 Barone Ricasoli Made from sangiovese and merlot, this wine looks as ravishing as it tastes.
11 May 2018
The finest St-Jo Blanc I have ever tasted
2016 Saint-Joseph Blanc This is a game-changer for this oft-ignored appellation, says Matthew Jukes.
4 May 2018
Six of the best wines for summer drinking
Matthew Jukes picks six of the best wines for summer drinking, from the cellars of elite wine merchant Lea & Sandeman.
3 May 2018
What to buy for the 2017 Bordeaux En Primeur
The 2017 Bordeaux vintage is bereft of excitement, yet is nevertheless awash with lovely wines, says Matthew Jukes.
27 Apr 2018
The cosmic pleasures of Sauternes
2010 Château Raymond-Lafon This sensational Sauternes is a total and utter screaming bargain, says Matthew Jukes.
20 Apr 2018
A life-changing furmint
2016 Garten Eden This producer stands out as making the finest wines from the furmint grape that I have ever tasted, says Matthew Jukes.
13 Apr 2018
A delicate and impossibly elegant chardonnay
2017 Hamilton Russell VineyardsThis is pure, pale, innocent and yet firmly structured on the palate and incredibly long, says Matthew Jukes.
6 Apr 2018
Six of the best French wines you need to try now
Forget all the awards Yapp Brothers has amassed over the years, says Matthew Jukes. Their wines, such as these, represent some of the most important w…
4 Apr 2018
Three ambitious tipples from Spain
Three wines from the Pago de los Capellanes estate stood out from the crowd at the Wine from Spain annual tasting, says Matthew Jukes.
29 Mar 2018
A mesmerisingly delicious white Beaujolais
2016 Beaujolais-Villages BlancThis unique white Beaujolais is a delicate succulent chardonnay dressed in a diaphanous shift of subtle oak, says Matthe…
23 Mar 2018
The people’s choice of Aussie sauvignon
2014 Wakefield This cabernet sauvignon is a perfect example of just how downright delicious today’s Australian wines are, says Matthew Jukes.
16 Mar 2018
Your wines should not be predictable
The excellent team at Swig manage to unearth fascinating wines from all over the world, says Matthew Jukes. These are no exception.
13 Mar 2018
Two stunning and staggeringly serious sherries
Matthew Jukes tastes two sherries that he finds himself craving with unnerving regularity.
9 Mar 2018
Wine of the week: the essence of spring in a glass
This beguiling white is the standard-bearer for the Languedoc region, says Matthew Jukes.
2 Mar 2018
Utterly mesmerising wines from Elysian cellars
This Riesling will cast a spell on your palate like nothing you have ever tasted before, says Matthew Jukes.
23 Feb 2018
An elite and indulgent shiraz
The 2014 Mitolo is no headbanger, says Matthew Jukes. But it is a frighteningly indulgent wine.
16 Feb 2018
Exciting wine to start the year, as chosen by Matthew Jukes
Matthew Jukes kicks off the MoneyWeek Wine Club's year with a visit to Haynes Hanson & Clark, one of the UK’s most quietly influential wine merchants,…
14 Feb 2018
The new French Revolution is coming – prepare your palate
The more vocal châteaux, from the less starry communes of Bordeaux, are finding their voices, says Matthew Jukes.
9 Feb 2018
Be the first in Britain to bag these liquid-gold gems
Buy these show-stopping wines and blow your mind in the most elegant way imaginable, says Matthew Jukes.
2 Feb 2018
A futuristic and memorable German red
Expect this cool, slippery, startlingly attractive style of relatively light red wine to catch on here, says Matthew Jukes.
12 Jan 2018
A beautiful chardonnay with lissom curves
If you only buy one 2016 white Burgundy, says Matthew Jukes – make sure it is this one.
5 Jan 2018
A fitting finale for this year’s columns
Matthew Jukes picks a perfect South African red with which to round off the year.
22 Dec 2017
Introducing the MoneyWeek Wine Club: The perfect celebration wine selection
What great fortune to launch our MoneyWeek Wine Club in December, when we load up with vinous treasures for our Christmas and New Year festivities.
18 Dec 2017
A great accompaniment to the Christmas goose
Matthew Jukes picks a chardonnay fit to be served at your festive feast.
15 Dec 2017
Six wines for the Christmas table
Matthew Jukes tips his favourite festive tipples to see you through Christmas.
8 Dec 2017
Gertie makes for thrilling and engaging company
Gertie is as vital and engaging as any cab franc I have ever tasted, says Matthew Jukes.
1 Dec 2017
A celestial beauty steps into the light
Domaine Naturaliste will make you reconsider syrah from the Margaret River, says Matthew Jukes.
24 Nov 2017
An unoaked beauty with impeccable curves
Creation is a flamboyant temptress that just about keeps both feet on the floor, says Matthew Jukes.
17 Nov 2017
A beacon of excellence from La Rioja Alta
The famous La Rioja Alta company has released a brand new product under its Torre de Oña brand and it is a thoroughly gorgeous wine.
10 Nov 2017
Wine of the week: a very simple yet heavenly creation
This Italian white is the perfect example of a fascinating and rare grape, says Matthew Jukes.
3 Nov 2017
A Super Tuscan in a league of its own
I absolutely love the class and elegance on display here, says Matthew Jukes – and it doesn't cost a silly price.
29 Oct 2017
Three affordable bottles from an iconic winery
Matthew Jukes tips three satisfying and eminently affordable bottles.
21 Oct 2017
Wine of the week: two brutes tamed
Matthew Jules tastes a "downright delicious", Italian red and its more "entry-level" sibling.
13 Oct 2017
A heavenly tipple that would thrill Nosferatu
It is what Nosferatu would drink before a night of light slaughter, and he was a creature of exquisite taste, says Matthew Jukes.
6 Oct 2017
Wine of the week: an epic debut from a vinous perfectionist
Matthew Jukes cannot recommend this South African chardonnay enough.
29 Sep 2017
Three amazing Burgundies
My featured Nerthus is a snip at 20 quid and it is stunningly structured and boldly scented, says Matthew Jukes.
22 Sep 2017
A sensual, silky temptress
Matthew Jukes presents a Brunello to tempt even the most hardened of sceptics.
15 Sep 2017
Wine of the week: a heroic red with a thrilling finish
Matthew Jukes tastes a jaw-droppingly serious vin de pays de l’Hérault.
8 Sep 2017
Wine of the week: a wondrous South African Bordeaux blend
Matthew Jukes tastes the the top Bordeaux blend from the luxury lifestyle retreat and wine haven Babylonstoren.
1 Sep 2017
A chardonnay-challenging super-star
This potential super-star grape will find many more fans in a short space of time, says Matthew Jukes.
18 Aug 2017
A Tuscan screamer
Forget overpriced Super Tuscans and oaky, says Matthew Jukes. The 2012 Chianti Rufina Riserva is all you need.
11 Aug 2017
A jaw-droppingly good rosé from Rioja
I would never have thought that Rioja could make rosé this classy, says Matthew Jukes.
4 Aug 2017
A biodynamic red to blow sceptics’ minds
Cullen wines help us understand how effective biodynamic practices can be, says Matthew Jukes.
28 Jul 2017
Move fast to snap up this ethereal English red
This is the most remarkable English pinot noir I have ever tasted, says Matthew Jukes.
21 Jul 2017
Wine of the week: a labour of love from Australia
This carmine-hued Australian wine has a stunning sheen and arresting aromatic promiscuity, says Matthew jukes.
14 Jul 2017
Wine of the week: a cab with serious class and complexity
This South African cabernet sauvignon offers shocking value, says Matthew Jukes.
10 Jul 2017
A unique and thrilling white – and a bargain too
The 2016 Château L’Hospitalet is stunning – I know you will have fun with this beauty, says Matthew Jukes.
30 Jun 2017
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