The best stories of 2017
Author: Berry Bros. & Rudd
First place was taken by Will Heslop’s Basque adventure, introducing our very first Txakoli (that’s chak-a-lee). It’s no surprise that the wine promptly sold out when it was first published. Read more.
One of the many features that examined Bordeaux’s new vintage en primeur, in this article Will Lyons shares his early impressions. Read more.
The Golden State has transformed its vinous reputation. As big, bold Cabernet is usurped by fresher styles, Sophie Thorpe spoke traces the state’s evolution. Read more.
This year’s limited-edition Good Ordinary Claret label was created by “Wunderkind” Luke Edward Hall; Emily Miles sat down with the designer. Read more.
Renowned Burgundy expert Jasper Morris MW assessed the Côte d’Or’s rise up the vinous ranks, and what the future might hold for this famous region. Read more.