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Prosecco Rosé DOC

Pink Prosecco is finally official. With impeccable timing it arrived in the UK in time for Christmas. We are all familiar with the white version

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Viognier – Grape Variety

“Vee-Own-Yay “ Sultry Sensuality & Bright Springtime Scent Makes dry, full-bodied white wines with a heady perfume, honeysuckle, apricots, peach kernels, white blossom and violets,

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Chapoutier’s Hermitage

Mure de Larnage 2015 I had a suggested tasting list as part of the Wine Scholar Guild Rhone Valley Masters Course. I tasted this vintage

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Bringing in the Wine Harvest

The wine harvest typically occurs from the end of August to November in the Northern Hemisphere and anytime from February through to April in the

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Natural and “Sans Soufre” Wines

The natural wine movement has been around for more than a few years now; Natural and/or Sans Soufre (made without the addition of Sulphur Dioxide)

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The Perfect Apple Crumble

From The Guardian by Felicity Croake Serves 4Ingredients:150gms plain flour, or 100gms plain flour, 50gms ground almonds125gms chilled, unsalted butter, cut into cubes35gms demerara sugar35gms

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Cause & Effect Pinot Gris 2017

By Liam McElhinney, Marlborough, NZ for Naked Wines I have to confess that I like the odd Pinot Grigio but generally appreciate Pinot Gris more.

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