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We hope you've noticed our rather striking new logo. This is a herald of greater changes in the form of a stunning new website that will be live in the near future.Our intention is to combine a slick eCommerce site via which we will display all our wine offers, with my blog, as well as listings of a…
Posted in by Caspar Bowes
15 August 2018
"Burgundy has long been regarded as not the sort of region one "visits" should bargain-hunting be on the agenda. In fact, many wine consumers have long since written it off as being out of the reach of their resources and have turned instead to the less glamourous regions of the world.But listen ver…
"Wine's at a curious crossroads and the future is as foggy as an especially opaque Tyne morning.Pulling in opposite directions are a legacy of Robert Parker and dawning modernism that is attempting to keep pace with climate change.One positive aspect of Parker's influence was the drive for riper fru…
"The curtain has long since been drawn on the 2017 Bordeaux primeurs campaign and merchants the world over are doing their damnedest to expunge all memory of it from their minds, so limp has it been.Bordeaux is the only wine producing region in the world that insists on buyers coming to evaluate the…
In this seemingly endlessly sun-drenched UK summer it is to the crisp and the white that one turns once that radiant star has crept over the yardarm...and one cannot imagine anything quite as suitable as a glass of Chablis for slaking the dust from one's parched tonsils.Like Beaujolais at the opposi…
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