The Super Tuscan revolution

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Antinori in Tuscany, Italy. Photograph: Jason Lowe
Antinori in Tuscany, Italy. Photograph: Jason Lowe

From revolutionary beginnings, the game-changing Super Tuscans have become part of the fine wine establishment. Italy Specialist Chris Pollington traces how these wines challenged the status quo

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Category: Italian Wine

A palette of pinks: six shades of rosé

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The palest shades from Provence have dominated wine lists in recent years, but there are plenty more hues, and styles, of rosé to discover. We pick six of our favourites

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Category: Miscellaneous

The new face of Bordeaux

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A horse pulls a cart laden with grapes during harvest at Château Pontet-Canet, Pauillac, Bordeaux
A horse pulls a cart laden with grapes during harvest at Château Pontet-Canet, Pauillac

Bordeaux is famous for producing many of the world’s most illustrious wines, but – beyond its headline producers – change is afoot. We look at how the region is evolving, and three bottles to try 

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Category: Bordeaux Wine

Your guide to Greek grapes

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Greece and its various indigenous grapes are turning heads – moving from curiosity to firm favourite with critics and customers. As our own-label Vidiano touches down, we provide a run-down of Greece’s most famous grapes – from Assyrtiko to Xinomavro
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Category: Miscellaneous,Old World