For his November selection of wines, Matthew Jukes has picked six bottles that will set you up for the crazy season and beyond with epic flavours which don’t cost the earth.
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.
Two whites, one rosé and three reds: Matthew Jukes picks six beauties for al fresco entertaining for July’s MoneyWeek wine club.
Chocolate brownies will never taste the same again without a glass of this insane wine along for the ride, says Matthew Jukes.
This Aussie pinot noir is an awesome addition to everyone’s cellar, says Matthew Jukes.
2017 Bodegas del Palacio de Fefiñanes
This shimmeringly beautiful albariño is a thrilling drink, says Matthew Jukes.
2016 Lambrusco, I Calanchi, Monte delle Vigne
I have tasted four or five good Lambruscos of late, says Matthew Jukes. This one and its little brother are insanely excellent.
Matthew Jukes picks a sextet of summer wines from Loire specialist Haynes Hanson & Clark – three Loire wines, a Sicilian white, a Provençal rose and a very surprising Corbières.
Gospel Green sparkling cider
Gospel Green sparkling cider is the only apple-based drink on the planet to pass Matthew Jukes’ sky-high standards.
Matthew Jukes meets Caroline Frey, an inspiring pioneer revolutionising the wine trade.
2010 Château Fourcas-Borie
Matthew Jukes tastes two particularly impressive red Bordeaux.