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Decanter

Sep 01 2021
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.

You’re all extremely nice

Decanter

Meet the Decanter experts

Uncorked • A snapshot of what’s happening in the world of wine

YOUR LETTERS • Amused, inspired or enraged by what you’ve read? Email editor@decanter.com

Has St-Emilion hit the alcohol too hard?

WIN A MAGNUM OF CHAMPAGNE BOLLINGER

Andrew Jefford • ‘Appellations need maintenance to work well’

IN MY GLASS THIS MONTH

Hugh Johnson • ‘A half-bottle sends us to bed happy’

Provence rosé: our top 30 • With its combination of freshness and reliable simplicity, the elegantly pale Provençal rosé is many people’s go-to for an al fresco drink in high summer. Our expert picks 30 fine examples of the style to enjoy in the sunshine

Provence rosé vintage guide

Tomates Provençales • Sometimes the simplest combinations of ingredients and flavours are the most effective – as with this easy-to-prepare and delicious Mediterranean classic, a perfect match for the local wines

The wines to match

Wines from the edge: Agulhas Wine Triangle • Home to a forceful, ever-present wind, this remarkable region feeds off the elements, allowing them to cool and shape the environment – something winemakers use to their advantage when making South Africa’s southernmost wines

Ancient bedrock, modern history

Lambert’s pick: 10 top Agulhas Wine Triangle wines to discover

Pouilly-Fuissé • The imminent release of its first officially recognised premier cru wines marks the dawn of a new era for this much-respected region of southern Burgundy. But will the wines live up to their newly elevated status? We profile the area and meet its winemakers

The region at a glance

POUILLY-FUISSE: EIGHT NAMES TO REMEMBER

POUILLY-FUISSE: KNOW YOUR VINTAGES

Curtis selects: 15 top wines from the crus of the appellation • These are Curtis’ pick of wines he feels represent Pouilly-Fuissé at its best, regardless of whether or not they will gain premier cru status. Prices, stockists and alcohol levels are shown where available. 2020 vintage wines may not have completed maturation when tasted

Heroes of the Hérault • At Mas de Daumes Gassac, four brothers are carrying on the work of their father and estate founder Aimé Guibert, embracing innovation while maintaining the estate’s reputation for producing a ‘grand cru of the Languedoc’

Mas de Daumas Gassac: at a glance

Tuscany new releases • Among our 30 highlights from Tuscany’s most recently released vintages are high-scoring wines from producers who managed the heat well in Montalcino, and great quality, character and value at all levels in Chianti Classico

More Tuscany

A taste of Tuscany’s new-release reds • Wines are listed within their DOCG regions, then by score achieved, then alphabetically by producer. UK stockists are shown where available, as UK allocations for some wines may not yet be finalised – please contact your regular specialist merchants for current availability.

My Siena • This Tuscan city is within easy reach of some of Italy’s most famous wine regions and an ideal base for visitors to the area. Let our expert’s guide give you the inside info on where to eat, drink and shop

Distilled • Your guide to the latest trends in spirits and cocktails

FIVE OF THE...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 100 Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd Edition: Sep 01 2021

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  • Release date: August 3, 2021

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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.

You’re all extremely nice

Decanter

Meet the Decanter experts

Uncorked • A snapshot of what’s happening in the world of wine

YOUR LETTERS • Amused, inspired or enraged by what you’ve read? Email editor@decanter.com

Has St-Emilion hit the alcohol too hard?

WIN A MAGNUM OF CHAMPAGNE BOLLINGER

Andrew Jefford • ‘Appellations need maintenance to work well’

IN MY GLASS THIS MONTH

Hugh Johnson • ‘A half-bottle sends us to bed happy’

Provence rosé: our top 30 • With its combination of freshness and reliable simplicity, the elegantly pale Provençal rosé is many people’s go-to for an al fresco drink in high summer. Our expert picks 30 fine examples of the style to enjoy in the sunshine

Provence rosé vintage guide

Tomates Provençales • Sometimes the simplest combinations of ingredients and flavours are the most effective – as with this easy-to-prepare and delicious Mediterranean classic, a perfect match for the local wines

The wines to match

Wines from the edge: Agulhas Wine Triangle • Home to a forceful, ever-present wind, this remarkable region feeds off the elements, allowing them to cool and shape the environment – something winemakers use to their advantage when making South Africa’s southernmost wines

Ancient bedrock, modern history

Lambert’s pick: 10 top Agulhas Wine Triangle wines to discover

Pouilly-Fuissé • The imminent release of its first officially recognised premier cru wines marks the dawn of a new era for this much-respected region of southern Burgundy. But will the wines live up to their newly elevated status? We profile the area and meet its winemakers

The region at a glance

POUILLY-FUISSE: EIGHT NAMES TO REMEMBER

POUILLY-FUISSE: KNOW YOUR VINTAGES

Curtis selects: 15 top wines from the crus of the appellation • These are Curtis’ pick of wines he feels represent Pouilly-Fuissé at its best, regardless of whether or not they will gain premier cru status. Prices, stockists and alcohol levels are shown where available. 2020 vintage wines may not have completed maturation when tasted

Heroes of the Hérault • At Mas de Daumes Gassac, four brothers are carrying on the work of their father and estate founder Aimé Guibert, embracing innovation while maintaining the estate’s reputation for producing a ‘grand cru of the Languedoc’

Mas de Daumas Gassac: at a glance

Tuscany new releases • Among our 30 highlights from Tuscany’s most recently released vintages are high-scoring wines from producers who managed the heat well in Montalcino, and great quality, character and value at all levels in Chianti Classico

More Tuscany

A taste of Tuscany’s new-release reds • Wines are listed within their DOCG regions, then by score achieved, then alphabetically by producer. UK stockists are shown where available, as UK allocations for some wines may not yet be finalised – please contact your regular specialist merchants for current availability.

My Siena • This Tuscan city is within easy reach of some of Italy’s most famous wine regions and an ideal base for visitors to the area. Let our expert’s guide give you the inside info on where to eat, drink and shop

Distilled • Your guide to the latest trends in spirits and cocktails

FIVE OF THE...


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