60secondreviews Wine brings you a stunning way to learn about wine, whether you’re a serious collector, or scratching your head in the supermarket.
Our expert reviewers Jane Parkinson and Henry Butler don’t just tell you which bottles to buy, they show you: in high definition videos, and in just 60 seconds. It’s like having a well-informed and trusted wine-merchant or sommelier on hand to tell you what to drink when, why and with what - and they’re there whenever you need them.
Scroll through our cover flow of reviews, updated and added to throughout the month and brought to you with insight, wit and style. As well as the new reviews, you can browse our ever-expanding archive of over 300 reviews, save your favourites, and then click to buy from either a big supermarket, or an independent wine merchant. And with each review lasting only a minute, there’ll always be time to watch another.
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