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Prosecco “There is more to Prosecco than affordable bubbles”. However, it is clear that the popularity of Prosecco in the UK continues to rise...

Your festive fizz – some questions answered   Contents: Why is Champagne expensive? Geography Cost of land Cost of grapes Method of...

Chateau Grinou

Inspired by the past, focused on the future. Turnaround Terroir ‘Bergerac’, a welcome return. Close to its more famous neighbour Bordeaux, the Bergerac...

Three times the size of California, buffeted on each side by the climatic influence of two separate oceans, and home to a vast array of distinct and different...

Ah, wine. It’s the drink which allows you to travel the world within the confines of a glass, and which offers more sensory wonder and delight by tasting the...

Table of Contents Germany’s Most Popular WinesRieslingMuller-ThurgauLiebfraumilchSpatburgunder / Pinot NoirBlauer PortugieserDornfelderThe Evolution of the...

Table of Contents Austria’s Most Popular WinesGruner VeltlinerRieslingWelschrieslingMuscat OttonelBlaufränkischPinot GrisZweigeltThe Evolution of Austrian...

​It’s the grape with many names, which is at once a refined native of old France, and the biggest thing to come out of Australia since Crocodile Dundee....

When it comes to famous, popular and high quality red wines of southern Europe, Portugal is really beginning to make its mark with a wider and increasingly...

(First written in 2011 for our 25th!) Wine is bottled history, flavours of a summer long gone. A few nights ago I opened a bottle of Botobolar Cabernet...