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Decanter

Dec 01 2019
Magazine

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd The world’s best wine magazine. It is simply the “wine bible”. Every month it provides recommendations on the world’s finest wines and tells you where you can find them. From top Bordeaux to the best value wine on the shelf, Decanter guides you through a maze of wine to help you find the right wine for you. It also offers interviews with leading wine personalities, in-depth guides to the wine regions and the latest wine news.

The art of wine

Month in wine • All the important issues affecting you across the globe, compiled by Laura Seal

In brief • Stay up to date with the latest wine news on Decanter.com, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter @Decanter

Obituaries

Your letters • Enraged or inspired by what you’ve read? Email editor@decanter.com, or write to: The Editor, Decanter, 1st Floor, 161 Marsh Wall, London E14 9AP, UK

WIN a magnum of Champagne Bollinger

Daunting prospect

Andrew Jefford • ‘Drinking this half-bottle meant a lot to me – I was fully emotionally invested’

WHAT I’VE BEEN DRINKING THIS MONTH Fratelli Alessandria, Barolo, Piedmont, Italy 2013

Hugh Johnson • ‘A muck-and-magic story with a French accent’

Steven Spurrier • ‘These Oregon wines are very site-specific – they remind me of Burgundy’

WHAT I’VE BEEN DRINKING THIS MONTH • Adelsheim, Quarter Mile Lane Vineyard 2017

Champagne Jacquart • Signature 5 years aged Magnum

DECANTER BORDEAUX FINE WINE ENCOUNTER • London’s Landmark Hotel was filled with 650 enthralled guests in June 2019 for Decanter’s showcase Bordeaux event, a wide selection of wines from more than 50 properties across the region’s appellations putting the spotlight on three top vintages: 2009, 2010 and 2015

Château Ducru Beaucaillou

Wines to taste

JANCIS ROBINSON MW & HUGH JOHNSON • Almost 50 years since it was first published, The World Atlas of Wine has reached its eighth edition. John Stimpfig talks to its two authors to discover how this revered book has documented the extensive developments in the world of wine over that time

A taste of Japan • Japan’s Koshu grape produces diverse styles of wine that make ideal partners for complex Japanese food, especially sushi and seafood

On the menu

CHABLIS 2018 • This hot, early and bountiful vintage was a welcome relief for weather-plagued producers. But while the quantity is there, quality is patchy, says Tim Atkin MW, with much depending on yields, picking dates and producer nous. Here he selects 35 wines to buy, from grand cru to Petit Chablis

Cantina di Venosa • Ancient wines brought up to date in Italy’s Mezzogiorno

Awards

Carato Venusio

A Decanter guide to CHABLIS PREMIER CRU • The ethereal, nuanced intensity of its wines continues to bewitch many a wine professional and consumer alike. Andy Howard MW takes us on a tour of one of the world’s benchmark white wine regions, revealing the character that lies behind some of its best vineyard sites

Tenuta Sant’Antonio Getting to the heart of Valpolicella • “…creating wines with distinct personalities, moving increasingly towards organic production... purity is the watchword…”

The wines

MY TOP 40: PIEDMONT REDS BEYOND NEBBIOLO • For everday drinking like the Piedmontese do it, Stephen Brook picks his favourites from a line-up of 112 of the less-famous local labels – here are the 40 he rated 90 points or more

CÔTES DE BORDEAUX • Unusual Côtes to enjoy

ST-EMILION: FINDING VALUE • It really needn’t be seen as a contradiction in terms, explains James Lawther MW, who selects 15 great wines that offer both quality and fair pricing from this much-admired Bordeaux Right Bank region

St-Emilion: know your...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 188 Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd Edition: Dec 01 2019

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Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd The world’s best wine magazine. It is simply the “wine bible”. Every month it provides recommendations on the world’s finest wines and tells you where you can find them. From top Bordeaux to the best value wine on the shelf, Decanter guides you through a maze of wine to help you find the right wine for you. It also offers interviews with leading wine personalities, in-depth guides to the wine regions and the latest wine news.

The art of wine

Month in wine • All the important issues affecting you across the globe, compiled by Laura Seal

In brief • Stay up to date with the latest wine news on Decanter.com, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter @Decanter

Obituaries

Your letters • Enraged or inspired by what you’ve read? Email editor@decanter.com, or write to: The Editor, Decanter, 1st Floor, 161 Marsh Wall, London E14 9AP, UK

WIN a magnum of Champagne Bollinger

Daunting prospect

Andrew Jefford • ‘Drinking this half-bottle meant a lot to me – I was fully emotionally invested’

WHAT I’VE BEEN DRINKING THIS MONTH Fratelli Alessandria, Barolo, Piedmont, Italy 2013

Hugh Johnson • ‘A muck-and-magic story with a French accent’

Steven Spurrier • ‘These Oregon wines are very site-specific – they remind me of Burgundy’

WHAT I’VE BEEN DRINKING THIS MONTH • Adelsheim, Quarter Mile Lane Vineyard 2017

Champagne Jacquart • Signature 5 years aged Magnum

DECANTER BORDEAUX FINE WINE ENCOUNTER • London’s Landmark Hotel was filled with 650 enthralled guests in June 2019 for Decanter’s showcase Bordeaux event, a wide selection of wines from more than 50 properties across the region’s appellations putting the spotlight on three top vintages: 2009, 2010 and 2015

Château Ducru Beaucaillou

Wines to taste

JANCIS ROBINSON MW & HUGH JOHNSON • Almost 50 years since it was first published, The World Atlas of Wine has reached its eighth edition. John Stimpfig talks to its two authors to discover how this revered book has documented the extensive developments in the world of wine over that time

A taste of Japan • Japan’s Koshu grape produces diverse styles of wine that make ideal partners for complex Japanese food, especially sushi and seafood

On the menu

CHABLIS 2018 • This hot, early and bountiful vintage was a welcome relief for weather-plagued producers. But while the quantity is there, quality is patchy, says Tim Atkin MW, with much depending on yields, picking dates and producer nous. Here he selects 35 wines to buy, from grand cru to Petit Chablis

Cantina di Venosa • Ancient wines brought up to date in Italy’s Mezzogiorno

Awards

Carato Venusio

A Decanter guide to CHABLIS PREMIER CRU • The ethereal, nuanced intensity of its wines continues to bewitch many a wine professional and consumer alike. Andy Howard MW takes us on a tour of one of the world’s benchmark white wine regions, revealing the character that lies behind some of its best vineyard sites

Tenuta Sant’Antonio Getting to the heart of Valpolicella • “…creating wines with distinct personalities, moving increasingly towards organic production... purity is the watchword…”

The wines

MY TOP 40: PIEDMONT REDS BEYOND NEBBIOLO • For everday drinking like the Piedmontese do it, Stephen Brook picks his favourites from a line-up of 112 of the less-famous local labels – here are the 40 he rated 90 points or more

CÔTES DE BORDEAUX • Unusual Côtes to enjoy

ST-EMILION: FINDING VALUE • It really needn’t be seen as a contradiction in terms, explains James Lawther MW, who selects 15 great wines that offer both quality and fair pricing from this much-admired Bordeaux Right Bank region

St-Emilion: know your...


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