The incredible culture of wine in Greece


Greece has possibly the richest wine producing culture in the world. Grapes have been grown here for over 4,000 years, and the ancient cultures embraced the nutritional benefits of wine so much that it became […]

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The Languedoc transformation


The Languedoc-Roussillon region of France is one of the largest and most productive wine regions in the world. It is home to a huge number of vineyards and producers, and the growing conditions here are […]

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The white wines of the Loire Valley

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The Loire Valley is a huge region which extends along the Loire River in Central France. It is best known for its white wines, although it also produces many reds and roses. Wines from the […]

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The versatile white wines of Bordeaux


Bordeaux wine is produced in the Bordeaux region of France, and although the region is better known for producing reds, which make up the vast majority of their wine production, their white wines have been […]

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Viognier and asparagus – the perfect match!

The Foundry 2013

Viognier and asparagus – the perfect match! The British asparagus season is a mere eight weeks long (it’s available now) which makes it a truly special seasonal crop.  And equally special is The Foundry Viognier […]

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