We round up a handful of wines that are delicious, varied, and do without any manipulative cellar techniques – but don’t class themselves as “natural”.
French fizz, fortified wines, Cava and crémant make this week’s round up, as UK wine writers gear up for a very merry Christmas.
Sandeman is celebrating its 225th anniversary next year with the release of its first ever single cask of Very Old Tawny Port.
Symington Family Estates has launched a single harvest tawny from 1882 under the Graham’s label.
Five rare vintages of Tawny ‘Port’ dating from 1914 to 1918 have been released by the south Australian Seppeltsfield Estate, in partnership with the Australian War Memorial.
A rare collection of fortified wines held “in secret” by several generations of winemakers at Seppeltsfield’s Barossa Valley cellars has been released.
The UK’s wine columnists help to fill any Christmas drinking gaps, from a “particularly luscious” white wine for turkey to the best mixed case selections.
UK multiple retailer Marks & Spencer has reported a rise in Sherry sales this year, particularly for pale, dry styles.
After 250 years of renowned Cognac production Hine is about to change hands once more.
Muscadet’s producers are hoping to raise the region’s profile with a new classed growth system, which includes a newly sophisticated layer.
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