Decanter July 2017 Reds for chilling – Yes you can! Matt Walls offers advice on how to cool down reds in the summer heat, and picks 25 ideally suited wines Alcohol levels in Californian Cabernet – Too much of a good thing? William Kelley investigates the quandary of ripeness and alcohol in California South America: climate change – Innovative producers in Chile and Argentina are adapting to extremes of weather, reports Amanda Barnes Want to receive Decanter every month? Save when you subscribe. Interview: Anselme Selosse – Robin Lee meets the mouldbreaking Champenois and explores what lies behind his distinctive wine style Regional profile: Santa Cruz Mountains – William Kelley finds heritage producers and dynamic new players in this rugged Californian terrain Azores adventures – The volcanic wine styles of Portugal’s Atlantic outpost will excite those wine lovers looking for something new and exciting, says Sarah Ahmed Rise of the super sommelier – The stars of the wine service trade are exerting a growing influence, says Elin McCoy Piedmont Nebbiolo: 72 wines tasted – Great-value, earlier-drinking styles from regions other than Barolo and Barbaresco Grower Champagne: 100 wines tasted – From quirky and individual to classic and food-focused – a fascinating breadth of styles Expert’s choice: Rueda Verdejo – Sarah Jane Evans MW recommends fresh quaffing whites and more complex, oaked styles Restaurants – Cross-continental Fiona Beckett dines in London and Sydney Travel: Gaillac – Andy Howard MW leads us southwest for an authentic flavour of France Plus free Bordeaux supplement and sponsored luxury travel guide.