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…

Beguiling – an overused term describing wines with radically deep and hauntingly complex flavours. No other word better describes the 1st edition of the non-vintage Sijnn Free Reign however. I was rendered speechless when…

‘My inspiration for this pack comes from the underrated winemaker Nico Grobler and his deft hand with both Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. We start with his bright and fresh-drinking Elgin…

Antinori’s 2013 Tignanello may be a major sign that the world of fine wine is changing. As one of the world’s most famous wines, it now checks in at 13.5% alcohol and focuses on elegance and balance rather than…

Wine Spectator’s latest Insider Newsletter highlights their most exciting new wines out of France, South Africa and California. From the Cape, De Trafford’s Syrah 393 2011 has become the highest-rated…

Each year Wine Spectator publishes its Top 100 list, selecting the most thought-provoking wines out of the thousands tasted by the publication’s editors. 2014 sees an interesting departure from the…