Last year’s collection of MoneyWeek Wine Club wines certainly pricked the interest of a large number of wine-keen readers and this year I am kicking off the set with a phenomenal collection of wintry reds from the peerless Lea & Sandeman palate.
Gospel Green sparkling cider
Gospel Green sparkling cider is the only apple-based drink on the planet to pass Matthew Jukes’ sky-high standards.
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2010 Château Fourcas-Borie
Matthew Jukes tastes two particularly impressive red Bordeaux.
2016 HMR White
HMR White is Matthew Jukes’ pick for spring/summer indulgence – and it is guaranteed to impress your palate.
2017 Barone Ricasoli
Made from sangiovese and merlot, this wine looks as ravishing as it tastes.
2016 Saint-Joseph Blanc
This is a game-changer for this oft-ignored appellation, says Matthew Jukes.
The 2017 Bordeaux vintage is bereft of excitement, yet is nevertheless awash with lovely wines, says Matthew Jukes.
2010 Château Raymond-Lafon
This sensational Sauternes is a total and utter screaming bargain, says Matthew Jukes.
2016 Garten Eden
This producer stands out as making the finest wines from the furmint grape that I have ever tasted, says Matthew Jukes.
2017 Hamilton Russell Vineyards
This is pure, pale, innocent and yet firmly structured on the palate and incredibly long, says Matthew Jukes.