Nouveau rich: why Beaujolais is back

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A Parisian bistro advertises the arrival of Beaujolais Nouveau

A Parisian bistro advertises the arrival of Beaujolais Nouveau

On Beaujolais Nouveau Day, Sophie Thorpe traces the history of the Nouveau style and explains why Beaujolais – and even Beaujolais Nouveau – is back on trend

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Category: Old World

Burgundy 2017: in conclusion

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Photograph: Jason Lowe

Photograph: Jason Lowe

As our team returns from its annual pilgrimage to Burgundy tasting the 2017 wines en primeur, Simon Herriot sums up the final day of visits, his thoughts on the vintage and the team’s wines of the week

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Category: Burgundy Wine

Burgundy 2017: the merchant’s purpose

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Photograph: Jason Lowe

Photograph: Jason Lowe

As our 12-strong team sips and slurps their way through a fourth day of tasting Burgundy’s 2017 vintage, Jared Ehret explains why it is so very important to step away from a desk and into the cellar – especially in a region as endlessly complex as the Côte d’Or

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Category: Burgundy Wine

Burgundy 2017: the people factor

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Olivier Bernstein, photographed at his cellar in Beaune by Jason Lowe

Olivier Bernstein, photographed at his cellar in Beaune by Jason Lowe

After our Fine Wine team’s third day tasting Burgundy’s 2017 vintage in situ, Chris Pollington considers how the region’s wines – the ultimate expression of terroir – depend not just on the vineyards, but on the talents of its remarkable vignerons

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Category: Burgundy Wine