New Zealand Pinot Noir produces deliciously smooth wines, with especially silky tannins and juicy red summer fruit. The grape, native to Burgundy and notoriously fickle (it is world class only in cool-climate regions), has found in New Zealand a home away from home.
What is Prosecco & should I go for a Valdobbiadene DOCG or a Prosecco DOC… that is the question! As many of you may already know, last month we had the honor to host our Valdobbiadene Prosecco maker, Marco Spagnol from Col del Sas winery in Italy. That has been…
We are all big fans of Côtes du Rhône wines, their diverse range of appelations and unique styles. Probably, it can be more surprising the fact that their fortune has been tightly connected to the Papacy, the Popes and their great love for Côtes du Rhône wines.
From the inland hills to the Mediterranean, from the Llobregat river to the Gaià. Land and sunshine, vineyards and wine… in harmonious balance to nourish the quality of the Penedes wines.
Wine has been a way of life in the Barossa Valley since 1842. Barossa Valley Shiraz is renowned and appreciated by wine experts, winning accolades around the globe, but the Barossa is much more than Shiraz.