Category: Old World

Nouveau rich: why Beaujolais is back

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

On the pour: Eva Fricke’s Rheingau Riesling

The Enomatic machines in our shop at 63 Pall Mall allow us to have a selection of interesting bottles open for you to taste. Each month, we highlight our favourite: this time it’s a zingy Riesling from a rising star in the Rheingau

East, drink and sleep: the Mâconnais and Beaujolais

Fresh from a sabbatical spent in the vineyards of Domaine de la Soufrandière, Will Heslop shares his tips for a stay in the Mâconnais and neighbouring Beaujolais

Taking Tempranillo to the top: Vega Sicilia

The iconic Vega Sicilia put Ribera del Duero on the fine wine map; but today the family behind the estate is proving that the Tempranillo grape is capable of greatness further afield, as Ben Grosvenor explains