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Vintage Roots Staff • November 16 • 0
“There is more to Prosecco than affordable bubbles”. However, it is clear that the popularity of Prosecco in the UK continues to rise...
Vintage Roots Staff • November 15 • 0
Your festive fizz – some questions answered
Why is Champagne expensive?
Cost of land
Cost of grapes
Vintage Roots Staff • September 7 • 0
Inspired by the past, focused on the future.
‘Bergerac’, a welcome return.
Close to its more famous neighbour Bordeaux, the Bergerac...
Vintage Roots Staff • August 8 • 0
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...
Vintage Roots Staff • August 1 • 0
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...
Vintage Roots Staff • July 4 • 0
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Germany’s Most Popular WinesRieslingMuller-ThurgauLiebfraumilchSpatburgunder / Pinot NoirBlauer PortugieserDornfelderThe Evolution of the...
Vintage Roots Staff • June 26 • 0
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Austria’s Most Popular WinesGruner VeltlinerRieslingWelschrieslingMuscat OttonelBlaufränkischPinot GrisZweigeltThe Evolution of Austrian...
Vintage Roots Staff • May 30 • 0
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....
Vintage Roots Staff • May 26 • 0
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...
Vintage Roots Staff • May 11 • 0
(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...