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Discover the Rheingau Region
  Discover the Rheingau Region   Last week we took a brief look at the Mosel, and today we’ll dive into the Rheingau, which is another one of Germany’s most famous wine regions. Like the Mosel, the Rheingau region is situated along a river, which helps the grapes to ripen in the otherwise cold continental climate. In this case, the river is the Rhine, but part of the region’s vineyards and most famous wine villagesRead More
Mosel Region
A Look at Germany’s Mosel Region   A small wine region in the northernmost reaches of winemaking, Germany’s Mosel makes some of the best Riesling in the entire world. Racy, high acid, yet wonderfully balanced and surprisingly elegant, Mosel Rieslings are true collectors’ wines.   The wines here are typically low alcohol – grapes can struggle to ripen in the Mosel due to the cold and limited sun. As a result, many vineyards are plantedRead More
How to increase restaurant revenue
  How to increase restaurant revenue   There is a major issue across the restaurants; most openings are driven by passion for food, which is amazing and definitely needed. But, often some critical parts are left aside hoping that the business will work based on amazing food. But with about 2/3 of the restaurants failing within the first three years of operation tend to prove that point is wrong. One of the significant issues isRead More
Wines for Valentine's Day

Wines for Valentine’s Day

  Wines for Valentine’s Day With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it’s time to start planning which wines you’ll drink during your romantic evening for two. Still, sparkling, sweet…your options are endless! You’ll want to tailor your choice to your partner’s tastes, but if you’re shooting in the dark, here are some of our favourite wines for Valentine’s.   Rosé Champagne Champagne is the classic wine for Valentine’s Day and made all the moreRead More
The Best Wine & Cheese Pairings
The Best Wine & Cheese Pairings   Who doesn’t love going out to their favourite local restaurant and enjoying a cheese plate with a glass or two of wine? We know we do! But which wines go best with your average cheese plate? We’re here to tell you the tastiest options to order when you’re snacking on some fromage.   Goat Cheese Because it’s rather tangy, you’ll want a zesty wine to drink with yourRead More
digital sommelier,

What is a digital sommelier?

    What is a digital sommelier? Before looking at a digital sommelier, let’s talk a little about what is a sommelier. “Sommelier” is a French word which dates back even before the first la carte restaurants ever opened in Paris in the late 18th century, but it was then associated with wine and cellar management. Sommeliers were, in the past when estate bottling (which only started in the mid-20th century) was uncommon, dealing withRead More
The Basics of Vegetarian Wines
The Basics of  Vegetarian Wines   If you’re a vegetarian, you might be surprised to find out that many wines aren’t vegetarian-friendly. No, they aren’t putting meat in your wine! But many winemakers will use some kind of animal product in the final stages of the winemaking process. Here’s a breakdown of what they use and the vegetarian options to look for. Often right before a wine is bottled, it will be fined. This processRead More
Screw Caps Versus Cork

Screw Caps Versus Cork

  Screw Caps Versus Cork   The old screw caps versus cork debate seems to be never-ending in the wine world. Which is better? Does the type of enclosure on a bottle of wine even make a difference?   Corks are the traditional means for closing wine, dating back many centuries. The material comes from the cork tree and is ideal for use as a stopper thanks to the fact it is rather malleable. TheRead More
Ceviche at Coya Restaurant
  Where to Go if You Have Ceviche cravings?   Less than half a mile from Bank station Coya Angel Court is an oasis of deep-purple striped pillows and very instramable electric blue wall. So when day are rainy and market are rough, Coya great Pisco Cocktails and cool tunes should get you on dinner mode.   With almost twice as many starters/shares as mains on the menu Coya delivers top quality small dishes toRead More
Classic Wines of the New World
Classic Wines of the New World   Last week we looked at classic wines of the Old World. Here are some must-try New World classics which hold up to the best of them.   Barossa Shiraz The wine that put Australia on the map, Barossa Shiraz is rich, peppery, ripe, and powerful.   Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Brooding and deep, Napa Valley is perhaps the most famous of American wines. Often blended in the styleRead More
The Best Wine Pairings for Soup
The Best Wine Pairings for Soup   Who says you can’t enjoy a glass of wine with soup? It may seem like an awful lot of liquid at first glance, but wine goes just as well with soups as it does with other foods. The heartier and richer the soup, the better! And with the cold weather still ever-present, it’s the perfect time to try some of these pairings. These are a few of ourRead More
Classic Old World Wines Every Wine Lover Should Try
Classic Old World Wines Every Wine Lover Should Try   There are many wines which are considered classic, both in the Old and New World. These are wines that every serious wine drinker should try at some point in their life, not only to improve their understanding of all things pertaining to the grape, but also for the sheer pleasure of it. Today, we’re going to take a look at some of the best ofRead More
Wine app for fish pairing
Pairing Red Wine with Fish You may have heard the old rule that fish can only be served with white wine. Although it’s true that in many cases, a white will be your best option, rules are meant to be broken! But speaking of rules, there are a few things to remember if you decide to drink a little red with your bounty of the sea:   Avoid high tannin reds. These will clash withRead More
Alpine Wines: What to Look For On Your Next Ski Holiday
  Alpine Wines: What to Look For On Your Next Ski Holiday   Winter is the perfect time to hit the slopes and get some first class skiing in down in the beautiful Alps. Why the Alps? Well, if you’re a wine lover, the Alps are home not only to fantastic skiing, but also delicious and often very affordable wines. France, Switzerland, Austria, Northern Italy and more all make wines in the foothills of theseRead More
Mulled Wine is Perfect for Winter
  Mulled Wine is Perfect for Winter   Few things are as wonderfully cosy as a warming mug of mulled wine when it’s cold outside. Spicy, sweet with just the right amount of boozy kick, mulled wine practically screams winter and it’s something you can enjoy for as long as the temperature remains low. The best part is that it’s incredibly easy to make. The tradition of adding spices to wine dates back for centuries.Read More