One of the great things about being in the wine industry is that I get to use it as an excuse to drink to my hearts content and excuse extravagant flight purchases all in the name of ‘research’. To be
For many years now I’ve been having an affair. A sordid yet not very clandestine affair on wine, with gin. I love wine, I really do, but gin hits a different spot, one that wine sometimes cannot, and vice versa
This is THE week to be patriotic, people. It’s only bloomin’ English Wine Week! We are a fine country with some very rich heritage and fantastic exports. The Beckhams, the other Royal family, roast dinners, the Beatles, queuing and wine.
Malbec World Day. You might be thinking, those pesky Argentines haven’t got their words the right way round. Wrong. Said the ‘correct’ way, the acronym is synonymous with something rather different and definitely not worth commemorating so Malbec World Day it
It’s the age old question. Can you train for a marathon and still drink wine? Ok, it’s probably not a question you’ve ever actually asked or even thought about. Unfortunately, it’s currently my reality. In a bid to prove that it’s
As confusing as wine can be in an off-license or supermarket, this bafflement is worsened a hundred times when out in a bar or restaurant. You’re being rushed, it’s busy and quite frankly the only wine on the list you
Age. It can be a sensitive subject. When it comes to wine, does it really matter? Young, old; what’s the difference? What I’m about to say in this blog entry may seem slightly vague, to explain what the age of