Domaine Coudelet Pinot Gris: A happy marriage

Pinot Gris

Superb value for money! A stand out example of this classic grape from the south of France, which captures all the allure and vitality of the Mediterranean sunshine! Domaine Coudelet Pinot Gris Made by brothers […]

8 tips for tasting wine by Nick Adams MW

Nick Adams WineTrust100

I thought it long overdue to do an article on the practicalities of a day out wine tasting and searching for new wines to go on the Wine Trust list. In the UK trade there […]

Our Brunello: one of the finds of the year!


A truly outstanding example from  this premier league Tuscan region – and from what many regard as the finest Brunello vintage for decades! 2010 Brunello di Montalcino San Polo Drive south from Firenze and through […]

Sexy romantic wines for February by Kerstin Rodgers


Can a wine be sexy? Certainly sharing a bottle of wine with a potential love interest can make a sexy pay-off more likely. In February we celebrate Valentine’s Day, so I am looking at some […]

Giving the Gamay grape the respect it deserves


The Gamay grape is used to make some of the world’s most incredible red wines, but it is not as widely known as it should be. It is most commonly grown in Beaujolais, a region […]

Australia is world famous for producing the best Shiraz

McLaren vale(Multiple values)sweeping vies from samuels ridge winery

Shiraz grapes (also known as Syrah) flourish in Australia, and are the most successful variety grown there. They grow throughout the country and can be seen in practically every region, although Barossa Valley is the […]

Explore the flavours of Sicilian wines

Sicilian wines

  Sicily has a long history of producing wine, but it is only relatively recently that its products have made a big impression on the global scene. Traditionally the grapes grown on vines on the […]

Wines for after Christmas dinner by Nick Adams MW

Cheese board

In the final part of his festive blog series, Master of Wine Nick Adams of WineTrust100 discusses what to drink with cheese and pudding at Christmas. Cheese Another must have for Christmas!  And is there […]


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