For his February selections, Matthew Jukes picks six great value Burgundies from top-flight specialist Haynes Hanson & Clark. Three whites from 2017 and three older, more mellow reds; all drinking now.
The 2014 Mitolo is no headbanger, says Matthew Jukes. But it is a frighteningly indulgent wine.
The more vocal châteaux, from the less starry communes of Bordeaux, are finding their voices, says Matthew Jukes.
Buy these show-stopping wines and blow your mind in the most elegant way imaginable, says Matthew Jukes.
Expect this cool, slippery, startlingly attractive style of relatively light red wine to catch on here, says Matthew Jukes.
If you only buy one 2016 white Burgundy, says Matthew Jukes – make sure it is this one.
Matthew Jukes picks a perfect South African red with which to round off the year.
Matthew Jukes picks a chardonnay fit to be served at your festive feast.
Matthew Jukes tips his favourite festive tipples to see you through Christmas.
Gertie is as vital and engaging as any cab franc I have ever tasted, says Matthew Jukes.
Domaine Naturaliste will make you reconsider syrah from the Margaret River, says Matthew Jukes.