For his November selection of wines, Matthew Jukes has picked six bottles that will set you up for the crazy season and beyond with epic flavours which don’t cost the earth.
This Italian white is the perfect example of a fascinating and rare grape, says Matthew Jukes.
I absolutely love the class and elegance on display here, says Matthew Jukes – and it doesn’t cost a silly price.
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.