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Tasting articles are the way we publish our most important groups of tasting notes, typically horizontals (one vintage, different producers) or verticals (one producer, different vintages) or from one particular region. Reluctantly, and only because we know how useful they are, we give scores, out of 20, European-style. We also suggest suitable drinking dates because we feel strongly that the wine trade doesn't give us consumers nearly enough advice about when to drink their wines. See more details of What our scores mean.

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For a list of all our articles, see Bordeaux 2013 - a guide to our coverage . Ch Margaux is now out, as are all of the Médoc first growths that participate in the primeurs releases, in an apparent attempt to encourage an early campaign - though few wines seem to be much in demand. Don't. More...
For a list of all our articles, see  Bordeaux 2013 - a guide to our coverage . As might be expected for a large-ish appellation in a difficult vintage, there is a lot of inconsistency among the 2013s of St-Émilion. Finding the gems therefore requires particular care, and fans of the right. More...
We're publishing this collection as our first survey of 2013 bordeaux reds, since Pomerol seemed to succeed more than many other appellations and yet production volumes are some of the smallest. For a list of all our articles, see Bordeaux 2013 - a guide to our coverage . During en. More...
For a list of all our articles, see Bordeaux 2013 - a guide to our coverage Sauternes are the 2013s for which buying en primeur is perhaps most sensible. They are more likely to be eventually pricier via normal retail, as they have not been hugely inflated as the reds have in recent. More...
For Cloudy Bay and cousins , an article about what Jean-Guillaume Prats did after he left Ch Cos d'Estournel last year, I have been tasting some of the key wines produced by LVMH on their wine properties outside France. Did you see they have just moved into Burgundy with the acquisition of the. More...
The trend towards making fresher, more terroir-driven, less 'winemakered' wines continues. It was already evident in practically all regions when I was researching the latest, seventh edition of The World Atlas of Wine . But here are notes on a couple of producers who exemplify the trend.. More...
See also the overview  Barolo - the next big thing?     This collection of tasting notes on assorted current releases from Piemonte should be read in conjunction with yesterday's much bigger collection of reviews of current Barolo releases (mainly 2010s). The wines. More...
See also the overview  Barolo - the next big thing? This week we'll be publishing our first notes on the lauded 2010 vintage in Piemonte. Below are reviews of 124 current Barolo releases, mainly 2010s, assembled in London and tasted by Walter, Richard and Jancis. The introduction below is. More...
Each February during the annual en primeur tastings organised throughout Tuscany, the organisers in Montalcino and Chianti Classico always prepare something to throw at us journalists, be it some newsworthy aspect or a launch of sorts, even if sometimes it gets less favourably covered than. More...
Certain tastings have a Pavlovian effect on the wine lover, and none is more salivatory than that of London wine merchant Lea & Sandeman. Time and again, they have one of the finest collections of wine in town, and so it proved at their most recent event. The emphasis was on traditional. More...
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