Tag: pinot noir

What we’re drinking: Our favourite wines

Our experts relish any opportunity to help you discover something new – as much as they love a good wine itself. Here are a few of their favourites, from Bollinger’s lesser-known Pinot Noir to Hambledon’s sparkling wine. So dive in, find out what our team are drinking, and perhaps you’ll find a new favourite, too. […]

Coming to the crunch: six of the best Loire reds

The Loire is best known for its whites – tangy Sauvignon Blanc from Sancerre, honey-and-apple-laden Chenin Blanc or mineral Melon de Bourgogne from Muscadet – but its lesser-known reds have just as much to offer. Fresh from a trip to the region last month, Burgundy Buying Assistant Will Heslop suggests six to try

What to drink in 2019: Burgundy

In the final instalment of our cellar updates, our Burgundy Buyer Adam Bruntlett reviews recent vintages of both white and red Burgundy, advising which wines should be drunk this year

Easy as ABC: Jim Clendenen

Au Bon Climat’s Jim Clendenen is one of the most colourful characters in wine. As the wine he has made for our own-label range lands on the shelves, Sophie Thorpe sits down with the man himself