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Europe’s Wine Regions: A Guide to France

Europe’s Wine Regions: A Guide to France

1st June 2011

In a new series running this month, Sam Bird, a writer for EasyJet, explores the Ins and Outs of the wine regions of Europe. This week, we’re off to France. France has an extensive and interesting history of wine production, for many it is the epitome of a fine wine growing region. It is the Greeks and Romans who were first attributed to plan… Read more

1st June 2011 - No comment

A Right Royal Vintage

A Right Royal Vintage

11th May 2011

Now that the royal wedding has been and gone, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the potential for blog-posts on royal related subjects would have to be put on ice until the Diamond Jubilee. So apologies for all those breathing a sigh of relief, because the royals are back in the wine limelight. And this time, they’re playing straight into our… Read more

11th May 2011 - No comment

Get Patriotic With English Wines!

Get Patriotic With English Wines!

29th April 2011

Royalists and Republicans alike are doubtlessly out there in the sun (weather permitting!) enjoying and scowling at the bunting and street party antics of the day in equal measure. So whatever you’re up to on this impromptu bank holiday, we hope you’re having a great time celebrating (or avoiding!) the festivities! In the mean time, we’re pon… Read more

29th April 2011 - No comment

Malbec and Argentina Make It Official

Malbec and Argentina Make It Official

24th April 2011

What were you lifting a glass to celebrate on the 17th of April? Were you arranging your placemats and tableware Argentina was making official its union to Malbec wine. It’s been a long time coming, but South American wine’s most prolific wine producing country has finally made a commitment to this most unfairly ignored of reds. April 17th was … Read more

24th April 2011 - No comment