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Decanter

Nov 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.

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Decanter

Meet the Decanter experts

Fine wine boost as UK drinkers spend more on home buys • A snapshot of what’s happening in the world of wine

JEREZ LOOKING AHEAD AS REGULATIONS CHANGE

Lorenzetti snaps up St-Estèphe 4th

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

TREND WATCH: MEUNIER CHAMPAGNES

A drink with… Marc Kent, winemaker

YOUR LETTERS • Don’t bottle up your thoughts – email editor@decanter.com

Andrew Jefford ‘Stories should cling to wine like mussels to rope’

Peter Richards MW ‘Now is a good time to be a wine drinker in the UK’

The man who sold the New World • Oz Clarke’s arrival on the UK’s wine writing and TV presenting scene in the mid-1980s coincided perfectly with New World wines exploding into the awareness of the British consumer – something he could well take quite a bit of the credit for. He explains why the wines of the New World made such an impact, on him and us

Oz Clarke: 8 New World wines that mean the most to me

Peter Gago • For the self-deprecating orchestrator of the world’s most famous range of Australian reds, Penfolds, entry into the Decanter Hall of Fame underlines his status as one of the New World’s foremost winemakers

TAKE FIVE: IMPORTANT BOTTLES IN THE LIFE OF PETER GAGO

Dr Axel Marchal • For the first time, we’re complementing our Hall of Fame award with a brand new category recognising an up-and-coming talent who will make a real difference to the future of wine

Affordable Burgundy: top 30 buys • The headlines may be full of rarified names with stratospheric auction price tags, but don’t despair – it’s still possible to get highly enjoyable Burgundy whites and reds at realistic prices. Here we pick 30 of the best available right now at £25 or less

The 2021 winners • ‘It’s clear that Covid-19 has changed wine retailing forever,’ reflects competition chairman Peter Richards MW. ‘All those companies named here have risen to what was a game-changing challenge and overcome it in style. Categories such as Online, Newcomer, Subscription and Virtual Wine Experience were all fiercely competitive this year – and indicative of a healthy, vibrant, innovative wine retail sector that’s looking to the future. Wine is one of life’s great joys and these retailers excel in the business of pleasure. Now more than ever this is something that deserves recognising – and celebrating.’

THE JUDGING PANEL

Brilliant Brunello • Drawing on both the superb 2015 (Riserva) and 2016 vintages, Tuscany's Brunelle di Montalcino saw exceptional results at the 2021 Decanter World Wine Awards

Chianti Rùfina • Sangiovese vines love the fresh air and bright conditions in this hilly country to the north of the headline-grabbing Classico zone. While it may be lesser-known, Chianti Rùfina offers quality, characterful red wines of superb value and great consistency

Eight producers to know

Waldin’s pick: delightful Sangiovese from Chianti Rùfina

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

FIVE OF THE BEST: XO COGNACS

Crush it • A handful of tequileros are revisiting traditional production methods in an effort to create more characterful spirits. Meet the...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 124 Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd Edition: Nov 01 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: October 5, 2021

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OverDrive Magazine

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Food & Wine

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English

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.

b2b or not b2b?

Decanter

Meet the Decanter experts

Fine wine boost as UK drinkers spend more on home buys • A snapshot of what’s happening in the world of wine

JEREZ LOOKING AHEAD AS REGULATIONS CHANGE

Lorenzetti snaps up St-Estèphe 4th

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

TREND WATCH: MEUNIER CHAMPAGNES

A drink with… Marc Kent, winemaker

YOUR LETTERS • Don’t bottle up your thoughts – email editor@decanter.com

Andrew Jefford ‘Stories should cling to wine like mussels to rope’

Peter Richards MW ‘Now is a good time to be a wine drinker in the UK’

The man who sold the New World • Oz Clarke’s arrival on the UK’s wine writing and TV presenting scene in the mid-1980s coincided perfectly with New World wines exploding into the awareness of the British consumer – something he could well take quite a bit of the credit for. He explains why the wines of the New World made such an impact, on him and us

Oz Clarke: 8 New World wines that mean the most to me

Peter Gago • For the self-deprecating orchestrator of the world’s most famous range of Australian reds, Penfolds, entry into the Decanter Hall of Fame underlines his status as one of the New World’s foremost winemakers

TAKE FIVE: IMPORTANT BOTTLES IN THE LIFE OF PETER GAGO

Dr Axel Marchal • For the first time, we’re complementing our Hall of Fame award with a brand new category recognising an up-and-coming talent who will make a real difference to the future of wine

Affordable Burgundy: top 30 buys • The headlines may be full of rarified names with stratospheric auction price tags, but don’t despair – it’s still possible to get highly enjoyable Burgundy whites and reds at realistic prices. Here we pick 30 of the best available right now at £25 or less

The 2021 winners • ‘It’s clear that Covid-19 has changed wine retailing forever,’ reflects competition chairman Peter Richards MW. ‘All those companies named here have risen to what was a game-changing challenge and overcome it in style. Categories such as Online, Newcomer, Subscription and Virtual Wine Experience were all fiercely competitive this year – and indicative of a healthy, vibrant, innovative wine retail sector that’s looking to the future. Wine is one of life’s great joys and these retailers excel in the business of pleasure. Now more than ever this is something that deserves recognising – and celebrating.’

THE JUDGING PANEL

Brilliant Brunello • Drawing on both the superb 2015 (Riserva) and 2016 vintages, Tuscany's Brunelle di Montalcino saw exceptional results at the 2021 Decanter World Wine Awards

Chianti Rùfina • Sangiovese vines love the fresh air and bright conditions in this hilly country to the north of the headline-grabbing Classico zone. While it may be lesser-known, Chianti Rùfina offers quality, characterful red wines of superb value and great consistency

Eight producers to know

Waldin’s pick: delightful Sangiovese from Chianti Rùfina

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

FIVE OF THE BEST: XO COGNACS

Crush it • A handful of tequileros are revisiting traditional production methods in an effort to create more characterful spirits. Meet the...


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