Tag: Burgundy

The future’s bright in Beaujolais

Fresh from a trip to Beaujolais – charmed by the people, place and wines, Gemma Duncan reports on the excitement the region offers – particularly when it comes to a more natural approach

Five reds that fall on the right side of “light”

With summer’s arrival, we look for fresher styles of red – but “light” needn’t mean simple or boring: here Wine Advisor Paul Keating suggests five lighter reds that offer serious pleasure When I was first considering this piece, the word “quaffable” popped up once too often. Forgive me if I come across as something of […]

Warehouse wine for the weekend

If the long end to winter is getting you down, let Wine Advisor Becky Austin from our Warehouse Shop in Basingstoke lighten the mood, as she enthuses over three exciting recommendations of what to be drinking now If you’re anything like my boyfriend and I, you’ve had enough of walks in your wellies, film nights […]

What to drink in 2018: Burgundy

In the final instalment of our series on the wines and vintages to drink this year, Buyer Adam Bruntlett considers Burgundies of both colours White Burgundy With the emergence of the phenomenon of premature oxidation in the mid-1990s, the question of how long one should keep, or indeed expect to keep, white Burgundy has become […]