After 600 miles, some absolutely insane scenery, all the food and wine (did I mention lobster quesedillas in Pismo beach?) we had made it to Wine Country. I’ve been to quite a number of vineyards in the ‘Old World’ – France,
According to a very reliable source, the Daily Mail, it’s National Drink Wine Day in the US. As I’ve just driven through the Californian desert for five hours I’m actually drinking a refreshing pint of Blue Moon beer having arrived
As I’ve previously mentioned; working in the wine industry does allow me to make extravagant holiday plans and mask them merely as work ventures. I hadn’t been to California since I was five years old and in my opinion, 22
Dry January is really kicking off this year, it seems like it’s actually cool to not drink. I’m not convinced but I do understand the benefits of cutting down after a very drunken few months. I’m not sure if this
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.