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A glass of heaven from the Mosel
This Mosel is nine quid a bottle if you buy it by the case, says Matthew Jukes – a small price to pay for a glass of heaven.
23 Jun 2017
No substitutes for this unique Champagne
This is one Champagne that offers a unique flavour and it should never be substituted, says Matthew Jukes.
16 Jun 2017
A fail-safe rosé for the summer
For as long as I can remember, Saint Baillon has nailed it, says Matthew Jukes. Every single vintage.
9 Jun 2017
A silky, mellow pinot gris
Jules’s wine is a serious creation, says Matthew Jukes, which is built with style and depth of fruit.
2 Jun 2017
A punk rock Beaujolais for all-day glugging
The Mixed Thing is punk rock Beaujolais with flamboyant juicy fruit and a sense of humour, says Matthew Jukes.
26 May 2017
A beautifully made and seriously inexpensive cab sauv
This Yalumba is a great wine and it is a fantastic time to buy a case, says Matthew Jukes.
19 May 2017
A white and a red with heart
The 2015 Paul Roos Die Filantroop is a chewy, earthy, bitter, bloody wine, says Matthew Jukes.
12 May 2017
Wine of the week: a ravishing white from England
This floral English white is nothing short of inspirational, says Matthew Jukes.
5 May 2017
The welcome return of investment clubs
Investment clubs involve getting together with other investors is a good way to share knowledge and make informed investment decisions. Why not join i…
5 May 2017
A unique and otherworldly sherry
My pulse quickens at this time of year when La Gitana’s En Rama arrives on our shores, says Matthew Jukes.
28 Apr 2017
Lovers of vintage Bordeaux are in luck
Matthew Jukes gives his thoughts on the lastest batch of wine from Bordeaux.
21 Apr 2017
A Rioja with a sublime demeanour
This is one of the most expressive and captivating Riojas I have ever tasted, says Matthew Jukes.
31 Mar 2017
An exuberant cosmic rosé
Throughout the experience the incredible and unforgettable merlot scent pervades your senses, says Matthew Jukes.
24 Mar 2017
A wildly scented nebbiolo packed with fruit
The most striking aspect of this ethereal creation from Barbaresco is the perfume, says Matthew Jukes.
17 Mar 2017
A thrilling but affordable Barolo
This Italian red is a thrilling wine with exquisite balance, says Matthew Jukes.
10 Mar 2017
Profound wines from Portugal
The red wines from this historic port-making estate are utterly fascinating. Matthew Jukes picks his favourites.
3 Mar 2017
A delicious, world-class Bordeaux
This Château Lafon-Rochet has an amazing flavour, with further ageing potential, says Matthew Jukes.
24 Feb 2017
A truly spectacular chardonnay
This is the finest wine I have tasted under this label, says Matthew Jukes. It is scintillatingly well made.
17 Feb 2017
The world’s finest Aussie shiraz
Don't delay, says Matthew Jukes. When it comes to great shiraz, you need to own Up!
10 Feb 2017
The best Kiwi pinot noir for just £15
Very few Kiwis can make stunning pinot noir at 15 quid, says Matthew Jukes. Yealands Estate is one.
3 Feb 2017
Les Gendrines: a truly astounding musketeer
If you are seeking a bit of splendid viognier without spending 30 or 40 quid, then look to this master.
27 Jan 2017
A whispering angel to guide you to the summer
This is a perfect Whispering Angel and it will appeal from the moment it is poured into your glass, says Matthew Jukes.
20 Jan 2017
A charming, seductive and graceful white Burgundy
This Puligny-Montrachet is just the wine to plug the gap while you're waiting for 2015's Burgundies to arrive, says Matthew Jukes.
13 Jan 2017
The day I supped 600 bottles of wine and lived to tell the tale
If you want a sample of winemaking genius, look no further than this Aussie red, says Matthew Jukes.
6 Jan 2017
A battle-torn Gigglejuice fashioned for Orcs
Matthew Jukes tastes a heroic wine seemingly fashioned for Orcs and Ogres to slake their thirst after a bit of light slaughter.
23 Dec 2016
An inexpensive Champagne that will knock your socks off
I opened this bottle of fizz on a whim and it stopped me in my tracks, says Matthew Jukes.
16 Dec 2016
Matthew Jukes' top Christmas tipples
MoneyWeek's wine writer, Matthew Jukes, let's us in on what he's stocking in his festive cabinet this Christmas.
9 Dec 2016
A sensational Cabernet/Merlot blend
Yantra is sensational with buoyant cherry notes and a long, soothing, mineral-spiked finish, says Matthew Jukes.
2 Dec 2016
A thoroughbred beauty with no mank, plank or cheese in sight
There is nothing quite like great white Burgundy, says Matthew Jukes – especially when it's Viré-Clessé.
25 Nov 2016
Four superb Bojos
This Côte de Brouilly is joyous and yet bracingly authentic in the same breath, says Matthew Jukes.
18 Nov 2016
A graceful panther pounces from Australia
The epic Bin 389 passes from the 2013 to the 2014 vintage soon and both are staggeringly serious creations, says Matthew Jukes.
11 Nov 2016
An Aussie seductress to knock you sideways
The 2015 Gundog Estate captivates the senses and sends you into a semi-trance-like state, says Matthew Jukes.
4 Nov 2016
An incredible boutique Champagne
Ayala is making some of the most individual and fascinating wines in the region, says Matthew Jukes.
28 Oct 2016
A debonair charmer of a wine
Aeon is a measured wine with equal parts brutish warrior and debonair charmer.
21 Oct 2016
A red that does what most whites fail to do
There comes a moment in an adventurous red wine drinker’s life when they feel obliged to tackle the little-known mondeuse variety, says Matthew Jukes.
14 Oct 2016
Trust me, this wine trounces any Côtes-du-Rhône
The rule this week is easy to understand, says Matthew Jukes. Suspend disbelief and follow me.
7 Oct 2016
A thriller from South Africa
The 2014 and 2015 Restless River are sensational vintages, says Matthew Jukes. But this 2013 is a show-stopper.
30 Sep 2016
A headstart for my MoneyWeek disciples
The 2014 Folding Hill is “on the water” as I write, due to arrive in early October, says Matthew Jukes. Get it before it sells out.
23 Sep 2016
An education in wine from a Spanish co-op
Not only do you get a great wine, you also get a lesson in grape types and soils, says Matthew Jukes.
16 Sep 2016
This new vintage Champers is a joy
Matthew Jukes liked this bubbly so much, he topped up his glass – something he never, ever does.
9 Sep 2016
Wine of the week: a red to impress fastidious wine bores
This 2013 Wirra Wirra should be a dead cert for your cellar, says Matthew Jukes.
2 Sep 2016
A spectacular Turkish red
This amazing wine is finer than anything I tasted in Istanbul, says Matthew Jukes.
26 Aug 2016
A perfect white for the summer
Matthew Jukes' pick this week is a desperately beautiful Greco di Tufo made by one of the star wineries in the region.
19 Aug 2016
Four wines to romance your bird of choice
Every wine featured in this week’s column is a dreamboat with flighted game, says Matthew Jukes.
12 Aug 2016
Triumphant news for lovers of elite Aussie wine
Matthew Jukes welcomes back Petaluma with this this scintillating chardonnay.
5 Aug 2016
This secret squirrel is a beauty
I actually Instagrammed this very beauty with the hashtag #secretsquirrel, hoping one day to see it again.
29 Jul 2016
Quinta de Couselo: The finest albariño of the summer
Quinta de Couselo, made from a blend with 90% albariño, boasts a fruit salad nose and crushed shell minerality.
22 Jul 2016
A Champagne that’s been blinged up to the max
Matthew Jukes breaks with tradition to feature a wine he doesn't truly love. In fact, he finds it quite ridiculous.
15 Jul 2016
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