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      Like listening to Mozart: A visit to Weingut D?nnhoff

      In early June I visited the wine regions of Germany with a group of fellow Independent Merchants - including representatives from Corks Out in Manchester and Connolly's of Birmingham - as well as Melania Bellesini, Head Sommelier at Heston Blumental's Fat Duck Restaurant. We were the guests of Awin Barratt Siegel Wine Agencies, the UK's leading importer of premium German wines.

      Date: 22nd June 2019 | Author: John Shuckburgh

      Taste Explorations: Wine with Crisps

      As a lover of wine and food I'm all for the classic food and wine pairings for example, mussels and Muscadet, steak and Malbec or fish and chips with Champagne (seriously you've got to try it). However sometimes you just don't want to cook and there's nothing better than a good packet of crisps when you're watching a movie, so why can't you eat crisps and enjoy wine AT THE SAME TIME? Here are my top ten wine and crisp pairings.

      Date: 22nd August 2018 | Author:

      Focus on Flavour: Riesling with Food

      If I could only drink one grape variety for the rest of my life It would have to be Riesling. It's the most diverse and complex white grape with vibrant acidity and tantalising fruit.

      Date: 4th July 2018 | Author:

      Taste Explorations: Dry German Riesling

      When you think of German Riesling you may automatically think of Alan Partridge ordering half a bottle of Blue Nun or you may think about the copious amounts of Black Tower you would guzzle because it was sweet and didn't really taste like wine. *For disclosure, I am too young to remember guzzling Black Tower, in my day it was all about Cactus Jack Apple Schnapps... urgh*

      Date: 1st July 2018 | Author:

      Taste Explorations: South America's Unsung Heroes

      Those of you who know me will know that I absolutely love finding new and exciting things to try, whether it be food and drink or even a new sporting venture (more to follow, keep your eyes peeled). So, you can imagine my wine-nerdy excitement when I discovered what are now three of my absolute favourite grape varieties: Carménère, Tannat and Bonarda.

      Date: 11th April 2018 | Author:

      Wines of Chile

      A guide to wines from Chile with food pairing suggestions

      Date: 5th April 2018 | Author:

      Focus on Flavour: Christmas Day Drinking

      'Twas the night before Christmas and the Champagne flutes clink, such a magical time ...but what do I drink?

      It's that time of the year where over indulgence is acceptable that extra glass of wine or two is encouraged, but with so many drink options and plenty of festive treats available what's the best tipple for you to enhance that much deserved Christmas joy?

      Date: 16th November 2017 | Author:

      Taste Explorations: Cuban Cigars - why all the fuss?

      So, it turns out my first blog was somewhat of a success! Having very little academic interest in my school years led me to believe that writing wasn’t for me, but as it happens if you have a passion for what you’re writing about then it can be rather enjoyable.

      Having deliberated over what my next subject would be I reached the decision to tackle Cuban cigars. Why is Cuba the first name most think of when the word cigar comes up? Is there something that sets Cuba apart from the rest?

      Date: 15th November 2017 | Author:

      Storing Open Bottles of Wine

      In my student days, the concept of ‘leftover wine’ was, I have to say, utterly foreign to me. Any wine in the house was gone in a matter of hours, and I’m afraid I would have read an article like this one with utter derision.

      Date: 1st November 2017 | Author: Emily Silva

      Taste Explorations: My First Cigar

      In his blog, The Oxford Wine Company's newest recruit Thomas Fowler makes his first foray into the world of Cigar smoking.

      Date: 27th October 2017 | Author:

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