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.
Matthew Jukes tips three satisfying and eminently affordable bottles.
Matthew Jules tastes a “downright delicious”, Italian red and its more “entry-level” sibling.
It is what Nosferatu would drink before a night of light slaughter, and he was a creature of exquisite taste, says Matthew Jukes.
Matthew Jukes cannot recommend this South African chardonnay enough.
My featured Nerthus is a snip at 20 quid and it is stunningly structured and boldly scented, says Matthew Jukes.
Matthew Jukes presents a Brunello to tempt even the most hardened of sceptics.
Matthew Jukes tastes a jaw-droppingly serious vin de pays de l’Hérault.
Matthew Jukes tastes the the top Bordeaux blend from the luxury lifestyle retreat and wine haven Babylonstoren.
This potential super-star grape will find many more fans in a short space of time, says Matthew Jukes.
Forget overpriced Super Tuscans and oaky, says Matthew Jukes. The 2012 Chianti Rufina Riserva is all you need.