July brought more than 50 new articles to JancisRobinson.com, offering something to suit all palates and all wallets. In case you missed them, here are some selected highlights:
- A miscellany of Chardonnays from around the world, as tasted by Jancis
- Our American correspondent Alder Yarrow on Summer vacations in wine country
- Jancis' annual round-up of 25 of the best wines between £10 and £30
- A look at Jura - the next small thing? and Empordà - the next hot Spanish wine region?
- All the lowdown on the campaign to stop a mast being erected on the hill of Hermitage
- Musings on a change in fortunes for the wine market in China
- The wines of UK retailers Waitrose, Tesco and the Co-op as reviewed by Jancis and Richard
- A 'less than exciting ... but useful' report on The inexorable advance of IGP by Julia
- A geologist's-eye view of English terroir by John Atkinson MW
Among the offerings on JancisRobinson.com in the coming month are:
- Luis on how Spanish winemakers are coping with 'the crisis'
- Walter on whether Chianti Classico is worth ageing
- Julia on award-winning New Zealand wines, and a selection of German Pinot Noir with some of their peers from elsewhere
- Alder dissecting the failure of Crushpad in California
- Richard's latest MW diary
- Jancis on top Mosel Riesling, classed growth Bordeaux from 2011 and 2008, and Chapoutier's Sélection Parcellaires 2011
- Plus, don't forget our competition to win a bottle of Pol Roger, Cuvée Sir Winston Churchill 1999 Champagne
And finally ...
... keep checking our events diary to find out what's happening in the world of wine near you - for example:
- A technical tasting to identify ten of the most common wine aromas, courtesy of Berry Bros & Rudd's Hong Kong outpost
- An introduction to wine tasting at Handford in South Kensington, London
- A tutored rum tasting at Nickolls & Perks in Stourbridge, UK
- The red wines of north-east Victoria at the City Wine Shop in Melbourne, Australia