The Atacama Desert – the driest on earth

Extreme winemaking in The Atacama Desert Firstly, what is Terroir?If you have every spoken to somebody who works in the wine world, you would have inevitably heard them use the word ‘terroir’. Very often misunderstood, this world loosely translates to ‘sense of place’. There is no English equivalent.  The French…

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Battle of the Supermarket Rosés

Battle of the Supermarket Rosés Yesterday (Saturday 8th June) was National Rosé Day, so I took it upon myself to find out who has the best Supermarket Rosé . I set myself a few rules: the wines needed to be from the supermarkets own brand premium range, they couldn't be…

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Celebrating Malbec World Day with Phil Crozier

Celebrating Malbec World Day with Phil Crozier April 17th is Malbec World Day and to celebrate I thought I would catch up with the Malbec Man himself, Phil Crozier. He is the European Brand Ambassador for Wines of Argentina and former Director of Wine for the Gaucho Restaurants Group.Like many…

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How to serve and preserve your wines

How to serve and preserve your wine? Have you ever wondered why some people decant wine? Have you ever paid attention to the type of glassware you are using? If by some strange reason you haven’t finished the whole bottle – do you know how best to preserve it for…

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