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Chilean wine regions: Everything you need to know

Over the last 30 years or so, the Chilean wine industry has grown beyond recognition, and in fact still continues to develop and innovate at a remarkable pace. We're sure you’ve enjoyed a...

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Bordeaux Wine and Food Pairing Guide

Bordeaux is arguably the most famous wine region in the world and has been captivating wine lovers since Roman times. For some, it’s home to the most sought after wines on the planet, but for ot...

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Ribera del Duero: Wine and food pairing

The wine producing region of Ribera del Duero is the jewel in the crown of Castilla y León, Spain where it flanks the Douro River. Found a couple of hours north of Madrid, its wines are known f...

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Wine region spotlight: Ribera del Duero

In a year of locking down and looking inwards, broaden your wine horizons and discover Ribera del Duero. Home to some of the most sought-after and lauded wines in Spain where the Tempranillo grape is ...

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An introduction to American wine

Did you know that Americans have been making wine for centuries? Vines were first planted in the 16th century by European settlers but international acclaim for American wine is fairly recent. A ma...

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What’s so great about Chablis?

If you like your white wine chilled, dry and as crisp as they come, chances are you’re quite partial to a glass of Chablis. But just how much do you know about this famous French wine? Well, let...

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Provence rosé: What you need to know

Partial to a crisp glass of rosé on a summer day? Well it seems you’re not the only one! The popularity of rosé wine has exploded in recent years, with the French region of Provenc...

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Travel with food and wine: the French Riviera

Itching to travel? Well welcome on board our food and wine world tour… First stop, gastronomical superstar France, or more specifically the sun-drenched and glamorous French Riviera. Grab your ...

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Old World vs New World wines: what you need to know

Here’s a question for you: are you better matched to Old World or New World wines? All over the world, there are different vineyards which incorporate various winemaking practices and growing...

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Hungary - The revival of quality wine

When you hear of Hungarian wine, you are most likely to think of Tokaj and the sweet golden ambrosia that is Tokaji Aszú. However, Hungary has so much else to offer besides - come and discover ...

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The most unexpected wine destinations

To celebrate Global Wine Day on 18th February we uncover the most unexpected locations across the globe that produce the nation’s favourite tipple.   Whether it be an unlikely vineyard l...

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A guide to German grape varieties

Long regarded as a producer of sweet table wine, Germany in fact has a long and distinguished history of quality winemaking dating back to Roman times. Today it is the eighth largest wine producing c...

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