Vintage Roots' Selection of Organic and Biodynamic Wines

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Burns Night

Burns Night (25th January) approaches once again, giving us all a perfect excuse to indulge in a hearty meal and one of the world’s great food and drink...

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...

​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 people think of New Zealand, rugby and Lord of the Rings may spring to mind (it's where the movies were filmed, after all). However, New Zealand is fast...

Chardonnay is one of the most widely planted grape varieties, and one of the most popular white wines. Sometimes dismissed as sweet and oaky, it is a uniquely...

When you think of quality Old World wine, no doubt you think of the classics: Bordeaux and Burgundy, which are made from Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir...

Argentina is a country of delicious food, rich culture, and fascinating people. It's also home to some of the best New World wines.The most popular Argentinian...

If you are looking for a high quality red wine to try, look no further than Malbec. Malbec is a grape that makes one of the most popular South American wines,...