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Take me back! | The wines that will make you feel you’re still on holiday

Recreate those long summer lunches, relaxing around a table, enjoying your favourite hot-weather wines.

Summer selection | Henrique, wine expert

We chatted to Henrique about the winding path that led him to the world of wine

Clos Canarelli: a beacon in the fine wines of Corsica

Our new allocation of the week calls the beautiful, rugged Corsican landscape home. A dynamic producer and a true icon of Mediterranean viticulture, it’s Clos Canarelli.

Olivier Horiot | Champagnes with a difference

Olivier Horiot produces highly original wines in the Aube, a department that has at times been Burgundian, and now considered part of the Champagne region.

Trump tax | Why bother getting French wine delivered to the US?

Here's why it's still a great idea for those of you in the US to purchase your wine with us.

Burgundy ranking | First-half review 2020

An undoubtedly legendary region...so who is coming out on top so far this year?

Mature vintages | Tasting wine in its prime

What's new in our selection of mature vintages?

New auction | A century of vintages

The most iconic vintages since 1900 and your chance to get your hands on wines that are out of this world.

Domaine Billaud-Salmon | The Faiveleys’ fine Chablis

A fine Chablis domain now run by one of Burgundy's most prestigious merchant houses.

Comando G, Grenache reborn

Set in the rugged, weathered peaks of Sierra de Grados, Comando G produces extraordinarily aromatic and intensely flavourful Grenache wines.