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WHAT IS PINOT MEUNIER AND WHAT DOES IT ADD TO CHAMPAGNE?

I got my first job as a wine director completely by accident. I had been working as a line cook in NYC and, while talented in some ways, at the end I just wasn’t cut out for it. So, I moved home and decided to go back to the front […]

  April 17th is officially World Malbec Day, so what better time to get to know this brilliant wine! April 17th marks the date that Argentine president Domingo Faustino Sarmiento made it his personal mission to revolutionise Argentina’s wine industry. Through his efforts and the joint efforts of many talented […]

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 […]

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 […]

  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 […]

Drink More Zinfandel November 19th was National Zinfandel Day and what better excuse do you need to start drinking more of this brilliant wine? Full of ripe dark berry fruits and smooth tannins, this easy drinking wine is perfect for the season. Robust flavours yet balanced with elegance, Zinfandel is […]

  A Quick Look at Carménère Carménère was thought to be extinct but it turned out not to be the case. Chile made the grape famous after it was rediscovered in Chilean vineyards. It has become the star grape of Chile and what the country is known for (along with its […]

  The third Thursday of November means one thing: this year’s release of Beaujolais Nouveau is officially here! This vibrant, fruity, easy drinking wine is made from the Gamay grape and comes from the region of Beaujolais, just to the south of Burgundy. It goes through a brief fermentation just […]