We take a look at the main differences (aside from the price point!) of Prosecco and Champagne.Read now
Get to Know AustriaRead now
What is it? Austrian wine is an often-overlooked treasure of the wine world, but it has been making a comeback in recent years. The country's wine history dates back to the Roman Empire, but it wasn't until the 1980s that...
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What is it? Zweigelt is a red wine grape variety that was created in 1922 by Austrian scientist Dr. Fritz Zweigelt. It is a cross between two other grape varieties, St. Laurent and Blaufränkisch. Since its creation, it has...
The Judgement of ParisRead now
The Judgment of Paris (the wine one, not the Greek Mythology one) was a blind tasting in 1976 that pitched the underdog Californian wines against some of the world’s most highly regarded French wines. The tasting was set to...
Get to Know BordeauxRead now
What is it? Bordeaux is a wine growing region in the South West of France with a temperate Mediterranean, maritime climate. The region is most famous for high end red wines but also produces inexpensive table wines, dessert wines and...
Get to Know ChardonnayRead now
What is it? Chardonnay is one of the most famous and widely recognised grapes in the world. Originally from a small French village, Chardonnay is now, quite literally, grown pretty much everywhere that it is possible to grow wine. It...
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What is it? Asti is a town in Piedmont, Italy that produces a sparkling, semi-sweet table wine using the Moscato grape. Along with Nebbiolo, Moscato is one of the oldest grapes in the Piedmont region. Moscato d’Asti wines are fresh...
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What is it? Moscato is a name for one of the grapes in the Muscat family. The Muscat family includes over 200 grape varietals and make a variety of different wines and styles in red and white from bone dry...
Get to Know MarlboroughRead now
What is it? Marlborough is a growing region on New Zealand’s South Island that is famous for producing Sauvignon Blanc. Marlborough comprises 70% of all New Zealand growing area and is now almost synonymous with Sauvignon Blanc. The dry, cool...