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  • Tamlyn Currin
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  • Tamlyn Currin
9 Dec 2015

A lot of tasting goes on at JancisRobinson.com that doesn't fit neatly into dedicated articles but, with northern blood at the helm, we hate waste. So our regular regional round-ups are a panoply of the heterogeneous wines that come our way, sometimes mundane, sometimes glorious, often interesting. There is something for everyone here, and we've pretty much covered the wine-making globe. 

Richard took this picture behind the scenes at Australia's National Wine Show in Canberra last month (see Behind the scenes as a wine judge).

Champagne and sparkling wine

Burgundy and Beaujolais

Bordeaux

Alsace

Rhône

Languedoc

Roussillon

Rest of France

Italy - the whites

Italy - the reds

Germany and Austria

Greece

Points east

North America

South America

Australia

New Zealand

South Africa

Strong and sweet