‘Over the past 20 years, Spain has become the most dynamic wine region in Europe,’ says Wine Spectator, referring to the emergence of modern icons like Numanthia that offer a combination of…

Barolo and Barbaresco offer unbelievable aromatics and finesse with a delicacy akin to Pinot Noir but with riper and richer tannins. They develop ‘the most extraordinarily haunting bouquet… of roses, autumn…

The latest vintage of SA’s highest-rated Syrah* is spectacular. This game-changing Swartland Syrah is grown on a rugged, schistous outcrop called ‘Porcelain Mountain’ just south-east of Riebeek-Kasteel. This extreme terroir, combined with uncomplicated wine…

In an era of regular new and exciting releases, it’s easy to overlook the legendary producers that paved the way a century ago. Founded in 1928, 1880 and 1877 respectively,…

In 2018, Burgundy reached record prices and market share as wines on the secondary market shot up an astonishing 35% on top of already inflated prices. Demand for the rarest…

The 2016s from Château Pesquié are the first of the hailed 2016 Southern Rhône vintage. Decanter calls it ‘unmissable’, while Wine Spectator writes that they ‘may even beat the benchmark of 2010’ and Chapoutier goes as…