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Rebel Rebel: Natural Wines with Purity and a Sense of Adventure

The 'Regeneration' Game

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The 'Regeneration' Game

'Regenerative farming borrows from permaculture ideas and ways of farming practised by many indigenous people, who see themselves as part of the land, rather than owners of it. It’s new but it’s old.'

We know organic and biodynamic winemaking, but what about the new kid on the block, 'Regenerative'? Jamie Goode's latest book delves into the ins and outs of this farming technique. Read an edited version of the introductory chapter here, and explore Regenerative farming through his accompanying mixed case. 

Rebel Rebel: Natural Wines with Purity and a Sense of Adventure

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Rebel Rebel: Natural Wines with Purity and a Sense of Adventure

Writer and Wine professional Alex Aldersley-Hey shares his experience meeting the vivacious Kayleigh Hattingh; the winemaker behind 'Rebel Rebel' in Stellenbosch. Over a delicious lunch, Alex and his wife Jess fell in love with these fantastic natural wines. Read on to discover why.

The 'Land In-Between' Red and Rosé Wines

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The 'Land In-Between' Red and Rosé Wines

We all know White, Red and Rosé wine, and even the new trend of Oranges wines, but what about some of the bottles that don't fall into any of these? Dark rosé and delicate, light reds have been dubbed by Jamie Goode as the 'In-Between Land'. Here, Jamie explains what this means and showcases some of his favourite bottles.
Learn About Burgundy, from Jamie Goode

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Learn About Burgundy, from Jamie Goode

Burgundy is one of the world's most famous wine regions, yet also one of the most complicated. Jamie Goode has written this handy guide to the region, from its geography and topography to the effects of climate change and the importance of knowing your winemakers. Learn more about Burgundy and start exploring this iconic, French region. 
Inside 'The Sommelier Selection' Mixed Case

Inside 'The Sommelier Selection' Mixed Case

Six wines, selected by six of the UK's top Sommeliers. Read more about our latest, limited edition mixed case and get to know the Sommeliers behind this selection. Bringing innovative, expertly selected bottles to the comfort of your own home.
Tim Wildman: Why pét-nat?

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Tim Wildman: Why pét-nat?

Tim Wildman MW is a pét-nat obsessive, and has dedicated the last 10 years of his life to this sparkling wine style. He crafts the immensely popular Piggy Pop and Astro Bunny bottles, from Italian grapes in South Australia. But why pét-nat? It is, after all, not a wine style that sits in the realm of fine wine. What is it about pét-nat that's so utterly captivating? The man himself explains ...

A Sense of Place: The Remarkable Argentinian Malbec of Per Se

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A Sense of Place: The Remarkable Argentinian Malbec of Per Se

'Special places make special wines, and Per Se is a great example of this.' 

Mendoza is a remarkable place to make wine. Its patchwork of different terroirs create a broad variety of Malbec styles; each reflecting the singularity of their unique vines. None harness this as beautifully as Per Se. Jamie Goode breaks down the magic of this world-class Malbec producer, and explains why their vineyards epitomise a 'sense of place'.

Clemens Busch: Master of the Mosel

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Clemens Busch: Master of the Mosel

During a recent trip to London, Clemens Busch sat down with Jamie Goode to discuss his ever-evolving winery in the Mosel. From his unique pruning methods and biodynamic farming, to how old vines have adapted to Climate change, discover Clemens' winemaking journey and gain invaluable insights into the world of modern German wine.

Envínate: The Innovative Winemaking Collective Defining 'New Spain'

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Envínate: The Innovative Winemaking Collective Defining 'New Spain'

In his fantastic book 'The New Vignerons', acclaimed wine writer Luis Gutiérrez of robertparker.com suggests that the future of Spanish wine lies in its past. The producer who leads the charge with this in mind, is undoubtedly Envínate; a collective of four winemakers currently enjoying near-mythical levels of success. Jamie Goode met with one half of Envínate during their recent trip to London, and discovered the exceptional 2020 vintage.

Let's Chat Pét-Nat

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Let's Chat Pét-Nat

What on earth is a Pét-Nat when it's at home? And why is it different to other kinds of sparkling wine? We asked the wonderful Jo Lory, Master of Wine student and The Sourcing Table knowledge hub, to dig into this intriguing style of fizz. Let's Chat Pét-Nat!

The Making of ‘Sal da Terra’ Albariño

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The Making of ‘Sal da Terra’ Albariño

‘Sal da Terra’ Albariño was a runaway success from the very first vintage, released 4 years ago. A collaboration of three friends, and the legendary winemaker Eulogio Pomares, this is a wine that epitomises 'terroir' and salinity in a wine. This week, the long awaited 2020 vintage was released, and Jamie Goode talks us through the project, how this next blend came to be, plus the exciting new addition of ‘Salz der Erde' Riesling by Theresa Breuer.

L’Enclòs de Peralba: Redefining Penedès

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L’Enclòs de Peralba: Redefining Penedès

L’Enclòs de Peralba are redefining Penedès, a region historically known for Cava sparkling wines rather than high quality still wines. Jamie Goode spoke with Leo Gramona, who makes these exceptional wines with his cousin Roc, to discover what makes this exciting project tick.

"Our project is about trying to make wine the way it would have been before Cava."