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I cannot tell you how many times a week I get asked that question. Everything from Chardonnay to rosé:  ‘Which of your rosés is the least sweet?’ While I’m generally very patient about people’s wine ignorance, this question has come to drive me absolutely crazy over the years. There seems […]

Why drink Chardonnay, a very misunderstood but versatile grape?

    I went out for oysters the other night with my friend, Jack, who’s also in the wine business. Neither of us are picky eaters and he has great taste. It’s probably at least half of why we’re friends. So, it never even occurred to me that we’d run […]

  Riesling is a brilliant food wine, but one that some wine drinkers tend to avoid. There’s a common belief out there that all Rieslings are sweet and because of this, many people avoid ordering a glass of Riesling when they’re dining out. It’s a pity really, as these people […]

  We’re having a rare summer here in the UK and you should be out taking advantage of the gorgeous weather. For picnics, barbecues, a day at the beach or simply relaxing in the back garden, nothing tops a glass of wine. So let’s talk about wine styles and varieties […]

  Love it or leave, there’s no denying that Chardonnay is one of the world’s most popular wines. The Burgundian grape is also one of the most successful international grape varieties. Wherever winemakers produce wine, someone is making Chardonnay. A versatile grape, winemakers love Chardonnay for its ability to pick […]

The Pays Nantais is the Loire Valley’s westernmost region and is home to one of the Loire’s most produced wines, Muscadet. This bright white wine is made exclusively from the Melon de Bourgogne grape.   There are four appellations for Muscadet: Muscadet AOP Muscadet Sèvre-et-Maine AOP Muscadet Cotes de Grandlieu […]

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 […]

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