Jamie Goode's wine blog
Well-written and well respected, this blog from journalist Jamie Goode is regularly updates with reports on new discoveries as well as bottles from the cellar. One worth keeping an eye on.
The internationally renowned critic needs little introduction. Although some content is paid-for (Purple Pages), Jancis makes many articles freely available on her excellent site.
Jeff Leve’s Wine Cellar Insider offers over 8,000 searchable wine tasting notes and reviews, winery histories, profiles and images, with emphasis on Bordeaux. Jeff Leve is a self-taught wine enthusiast.
Fledgeling wine magazine Noble Rot got off the ground thanks to funding from Kickstarter, securing the future of its unpretentious, yet indulgent, wine coverage.
The Wine Gang
Five wine critics in one spot, with a paid-for newsletter and tasting notes. You’ll also find Berry Bros. & Rudd at The Wine Gang’s regular events.
Tim Atkin MW
The excellent site from wine writer Tim Atkin MW has once again been awarded International Wine Website of the year in the 2013 Louis Roederer Awards.
Personality filled posts, a London-eye view on the wine world, and an interesting ‘three bottle’ interview slot with wine-industry figures.
Wine Woman & Song
Juel Mahoney’s stylish reflections on wines and the wine trade from London and abroad, with an emphasis on galleries, art and culture.
‘Knowledge increases pleasure’ says the Bordeaux Blonde – we couldn’t agree more, and Wendy (who has lived and worked in the French industry for 25 years) is a great source of both wine education and inspiration.
With almost celebrity status in the region, Allen Meadows spends around half the year tasting and reporting on Burgundy’s endlessly complex – and endlessly rewarding – wines and winemaking.
Indisputably the world’s most influential wine critic, you’ll need to sign up for access to this sites weighty content.