The palest of pinks, Pinot Grigio Rose is the new addition to our flagship Waters Edge range, and we could be happier! The current white wine trend is undoubtedly Pinot Grigio, light, easy-drinking, inoffensive wine....

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Has the great British summer always been this sweltering? Not that we’re complaining, my tan’s coming along nicely, but the humidity can sometimes leave one feeling sluggish and parched, possibly in need of crisp refreshment....

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What heralds the start of a sweltering summer better than a chilled glass of sweet pink White Zinfandel? Well, this. A chilled glass of Moscato Colombard Riesling, not as sickly sweet as White Zin, with...

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Riesling – the perfect summer drink The summer duvet is out and that BBQ is starting to call from the shed. It’s time to hunt out the shorts you bought last year (hopefully they still...

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Qué mejor que una mariscada acompañada de un albariño? What’s better than a plate of shellfish with an Albariño?  Albariño is a white grape grown in the North West of Spain, probably hailing from the Rhine...

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Celebrating Spanish Wine

To celebrate the impending arrival of our new Spanish ranges, we’re training the spotlight on Vino Español!  From a rich Rioja to a medium Albarino, Spanish wine is often associated with the popular cuisine, laid back...

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A grape by any other name…………. Our best selling Italian wine, Montepulciano D’Abruzzo Taverna Nova is extremely popular with restaurants and bars. The reason for this is its young, fresh drinking style – this isn’t a...

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Tempo al tempo – All in good time Translating literally as ‘my pace’ Miopasso sums up the Italian way of life. Taking everything in stride and savouring everyday life with a generous flow of wine is probably...

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Il vino fa buon sangue – Good wine makes good blood Yes, wine has run through the veins of Italy since arriving with the Greeks in around 800 BC. We’re celebrating everything Italiano this month, in...

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Dry Sack Sherry Rounding off Dry January we have the delightfully named Dry Sack, not at all dry, sweet sherry. No longer the preserve of your Grandma on Christmas day, sherry is enjoying the dessert...

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