For his March selections, Matthew Jukes has picked six perfect dinner-party wines that should have gastronomes in seventh heaven. Pick up a mixed case to taste them, then buy a case of your favourites!
2015 La Dama
This sensational Spanish red possesses elemental power and uncommon grace, says Matthew Jukes.
This South African sparkler is a world-class rosé and stunning value to boot, says Matthew Jukes.
This stylish Italian red offers super-suave tannins and dreamy fruit, says Matthew Jukes.
2017 DeMorgenzon, Roussanne
This standout wine shows crystalline freshness and a deep, resonant palate.
2017 Astrolabe Sauvignon Blanc
This New Zealand sauvignon blanc harks back to the old-style, fine wines of Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé .
2017 I Muri Primitivo
This might be one of the finest-value red wines of the year, says Matthew Jukes.
2017 Flint Vineyard, Charmat Rosé
This English sparkling wine is the finest rosé made from the Charmat method that Matthew Jukes have ever tasted.
2017 Château Maris
Many no- and low-sulphur wines are lacklustre, says Matthew Jukes. But this 2017 Château Maris is something else.
This Tokaji is both sweet and dry in one breath, says Matthew Jukes.
2011 Miguel Merino Rioja Reserva Vitola
This Rioja is is fresh and well-balanced, says Matthew Jukes, with extra levels of plushness and sexiness.