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I love the green trellises of Albariño vineyards

‘All About Albariño’ masterclass heads to London

Nan's flats from Forty Hall

Vienna is no longer Europe’s only wine region that doubles as a metropolis – London is now home to a number of vineyard start-ups.

Blaauwklippen – 1682, Stellenbosch

Blaauwklippen Vineyards, the best wine estate in Stellenbosch, with good food, great wine and fantastic views.

Camel Valley's winemaker Sam Lindo begins the 2013 harvest. Credit: SWNS

The 2013 harvest is underway at Camel Valley in Cornwall in what is set to be the estate’s largest crop since it started producing wine in

Lafite notes

Our first report from the 2013 en primeurs spans St Estèphe to Margaux, with thoughts on Montrose, Pichon Lalande and Lafite among others.

NZ retains highest bottle price in UK

Saint Clair Family Estate is one of New Zealand’s leading wine companies. Saint Clair is one the world’s best Sauvignon Blanc producers.

Grape harvest..the first step in the winemaking process. These particular grapes will ferment into a  rich bodied wine with an amber colour.

the first step in the winemaking process. These particular grapes will ferment into a rich bodied wine with an amber colour.

Pichon tasting

Our first report from the 2013 en primeurs spans St Estèphe to Margaux, with thoughts on Montrose, Pichon Lalande and Lafite among others.

Allée Bleue – 1690, Franschhoek Valley

South Africa might be considered a new world wine region, but its winemaking history dates back some 300 years.

Looking east from the Lavaux vineyard toward the Rhône valley and the alps. Vaud, Switzerland.

Looking east from the Lavaux vineyard toward the Rhône valley and the alps.

Inspiration Lane

I'm officially loving Niagara on the Lake and Ice Wine

Mud Brick, Waiheke Island.  Tasting Room entry.

Featuring rising boutique winemakers as well as cult wines.

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