Tag: new wave

On the pour: Craven’s Firs Syrah

Each month, we shine a light on one of the many wines available to taste in our Enomatic machines in-store at 63 Pall Mall. This October it’s a superb single-vineyard Syrah from Stellenbosch

South Africa: changing tides

The Cape’s “New Wave” movement has been gaining pace, attracting the praise of critics and consumers around the world. Sophie Thorpe traces the country’s evolution and talks to some of the producers at the forefront of South Africa’s wine scene “If a vineyard’s got a good view, it’s probably going to make good wine,” winemaker […]

The evolution of Australia

The land Down Under isn’t necessarily associated with dainty wines (or characters), but – as our Buyer Catriona Felstead MW explains – there is much more than oak-laden Chardonnay and Shiraz coming out of the country today, with a new generation of artisanal producers seeking to re-define Australian wine Australia Day (this year on Thursday […]