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Themen | 011/2023 (14.11.2023)
  • 10 reasons to REDISCOVER LANGUEDOC
    Decanter’s Regional Editor for Languedoc has spent a lot of time in the southern French wine region over the past year, and has been bowled over by the quality on offer. Here she gives us 10 of many good reasons to look at its terroirs, estates and wines through fresh eyes
  • NV redefined
    A singular house style has always been the calling card of Champagne producers’ non-vintage bottlings, but now it is ‘multi-vintage’ blends and their changing character in successive years that’s beginning to take centre-stage
  • ONTARIO CHARDONNAY
    There’s more to eastern Canada than maple syrup, ice hockey and endless frozen winters. And while the latter helps with icewine, that’s not what’s causing a buzz. If you love cool-climate Chardonnay with a real sense of place, then don’t think Burgundy, think Ontario
Themen | 012/2023 (19.12.2023)
  • NEW WORLD PINOT NOIR, ptII
    In the second half of our extensive Pinot tasting, at the premium level, above £30, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa proved very strong
  • Chablis 2022
    Chablis lovers can delight in 2022 , hailed as a year to snap up. Those who got it right produced wines with both freshness and ripe fruit flavours, alongside crispness and signature salinity
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Themen | 001/2024 (19.01.2024)
  • WINES OF THE YEAR
    Are you resolved to drink better in 2024 and looking for a unique list of classic wines, great buys under £20, and one-off quirky options? The Decanter team and our global experts nominated some of their favourites from 2023, which we then tasted blind to come up with a distinctive list of 113 top bottles scoring 90 points and above
  • New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc
    Now more than ever, it pays to invest a little time in research before buying New Zealand Sauvignon. Our experts give their constructive criticism on this popular wine style and review almost 200 current releases
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Themen | 002/2024 (16.02.2024)
  • Understanding Castilla y León
    This wide expanse of territory in Spain’s northwest incorporates at least three major DO regions and numerous others, giving huge scope for wine exploration, with many styles to choose from. Here we discover the producers, wines and latest trends to look out for
  • Spanish indigenous whites
    It’s hard to keep up with Spain’s dynamic white wine scene, and this tasting showed why, as the lesser-known varieties grabbed their chance to shine
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Themen | 003/2024 (12.03.2024)
  • 2021 CLARET RETASTED IN BOTTLE
    Despite fears at the time of a potential disaster of a year, the 2021 Bordeaux vintage has ultimately yielded a number of gorgeous wines that will delight Bordeaux drinkers who appreciate freshness and energy, not to mention the notably moderate alcohol levels
  • A journey to where the future unfolds
    An overview of Romania’s key wine regions, grape varieties and leading producers
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  • 25 WINES FOR A LONG SUNDAY LUNCH
    Banish all thoughts of the working week looming ahead, and indulge in one of those lazy Sunday meals that extend long into the afternoon, or even the evening. Which gives you ample time to enjoy some great wine choices – but what to serve? You won’t go far wrong with any of our 25 top-value recommendations…
  • Anjou future A Chenin renaissance
    It’s a grape variety that has the ability to produce excellent wines in many styles, and now Chenin Blanc’s Loire heartland producers are putting a renewed faith in its dry wines
  • Southern Rhône 2022
    The hot, dry and sometimes stormy conditions were problematic in places at times during the 2022 season. Where successful, crops were healthy and there are good wines to be found, if not always for the long term – pay heed to drinking windows and our expert’s advice
  • Ataste of the top 2022 southern Rhônes
    These 40 wines are listed by commune, then by score, then alphabetically by producer, and are a selection based on quality, value or interest from the 223 recommended by Matt Walls from the southern Rhône in 2022. Some are still being aged in barrels or are not yet bottled, hence some prices, stockists or alcohol levels are not yet known. Contact specialist merchants for latest availability and offers
  • Bodegas CARO The next level
    This Franco-Argentinian partnership between two highly renowned winemaking families was founded in 1999. Today, the Mendoza winery is led by the talented daughters of the two men who founded it, and a definitive step is being taken towards the creation of an Argentinian grand cru
  • 2021 CLARET RETASTED IN BOTTLE
    Despite fears at the time of a potential disaster of a year, the 2021 Bordeaux vintage has ultimately yielded a number of gorgeous wines that will delight Bordeaux drinkers who appreciate freshness and energy, not to mention the notably moderate alcohol levels
  • LIRAC AOC Energy within
    A southern Rhône Cru where biodiversity and a vibrant community of winemakers bring terroir to life
  • ATARANGI
    Among the very first to recognise the viticultural potential of Martinborough on New Zealand’s North Island, Ata Rangi has built a reputation for serious, ageworthy Pinot Noir
  • LINAJE GARSEA
    Craftsmen of terroir, leading the way in one of Spain’s most revered regions.
  • ROMANIA’S REBIRTH
    How Romania is shaping its future as a leading wine-producing country building upon an illustrious yet tumultuous heritage
  • A journey to where the future unfolds
    An overview of Romania’s key wine regions, grape varieties and leading producers
  • Tasting Romania
    A selection of Romanian wines, showcasing the expressiveness of the country’s varieties across terroirs and winemaking styles
  • A TASTE OF THE FUTURE?
    From the vineyard to the sales department, artificial intelligence is transforming the wine industry. For good or ill? Opinions are mixed but, as in many other fields, developments are progressing fast
  • Hemel-en-Aarde
    In just a few decades, this arrestingly beautiful part of South Africa’s south has risen to join the elite of regions reputed as top-quality sources of the world’s best-loved white grape
  • FLECHAS DE LOS ANDES
    Celebrating two decades of success in the Uco Valley
  • FAMILY VALUES
    The biggest names in Cognac and Armagnac have earned their success for good reason, but look further and you’ll find a plethora of fascinating, high-quality and characterful spirits made by the many smaller, family-oriented producers across the two regions
  • Fromage fort
    Classic French whites in differing styles are the ideal match for this delicious and ingenious method for getting the best out of those leftover ends of cheese
  • HELSINKI for wine lovers
    On Finland’s far southern coast, across the water from Estonia, this welcoming and compact capital city is home to an increasingly lively food and drink scene. Wine lovers can find many a venue to explore, including these eight recommended by our local expert
  • Central Europe: COME &TASTE
    The wild and mysterious Carpathian mountains are home to bears and wolves – and surrounded by a thriving Central European wine industry with millennia-old origins. Regular regional wine festivals offer visitors an excellent first experience of the local wine scenes and cultures
  • The sommelier suggests...
    We invite a leading sommelier to pick a go-to, personal favourite grapevariety or wine style
  • Editors picks
    Each month our editorial team tastes a lot of wine, but not all of it makes it onto the page. So here’s our in-house pick of other great wines we’ve tried
  • Portuguese whites
    Reflecting Portugal’s diversity of terroirs and grapes, and increasing focus on freshness and balance, old vines in cool sites delivered the best results
  • Washington GSM blends
    Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre are at the heart of many of the classic red blends of southern France, and their differing characters make them equally natural partners in the US northwest, too. Our judges were pleased with what they found in this selection from Washington state
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    Ancient vines and a dizzying diversity of soil types are powering a Grenache renaissance in this picturesque region of southern Australia, where single-vineyard expressions are on the rise
  • WEEKDAY WINES
    The Decanter in-house tasting team spends a great deal of time out and about at tastings, finding new and exciting wines, or new vintages of existing wines, for everyday drinking. On these pages we bring you 25 top picks that are all ready to drink now, available in the UK and priced at £20 or less
  • WEEKEND WINES
    Get through the working week, and it’s time to crack open something a little bit more special. As a companion selection to our 25 wines under £20, the Decanter team has selected seven standout bottles that are sure to impress, all available in the UK and priced between £20 and £50
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