Category - Wine Experiences -

Pairing Cheese and Wine

Pairing Cheese and Wine

7th November 2011

Cheese and wine generally go together really well, but don’t just pick any old cheese and wine because some combinations are taste disasters. There’s an art to pairing them. Of course the final decisions on taste are going to be down to your own personal choice because taste is subjective, but knowing a few basics will help to get you started. … Read more

7th November 2011 - No comment

Hosting A Wine And Cheese Party

Hosting A Wine And Cheese Party

29th July 2011

Hosting a wine and cheese party is among the most elegant ways to entertain. They can be used as a great way to switch up an old routine, reward employees, connect with new friends, or celebrate as a club or group. Because fine wines and cheeses are generally considered refined and exotic, hosting a party where patrons come to taste different wines… Read more

29th July 2011 - No comment

Europe’s Wine Regions: A Guide to Germany

Europe’s Wine Regions: A Guide to Germany

29th June 2011

Rounding off a month of easyjetting round Europe’s wine regions, Sam ends up in Germany. The Germany wine history is thought to have begun with the Romans in the 1st century, with the first vineyards being planted in near the Rhins’ left bank. The plants spread to Mosel in about the 3rd century. In the Middle Ages wine production developed … Read more

29th June 2011 - No comment

Europe’s Wine Regions: A Guide to Italy

Europe’s Wine Regions: A Guide to Italy

22nd June 2011

In a series of guest posts, Sam Bird of Easyjet is on a round-trip of Europe’s Wine Region. In this penultimate post, we’re in Italy. Italy has one of the longest histories of wine production in the world. Wine production in the country traces back to the Mesopotamians (in around 4000-3000BC), these people who lived near (present day) I… Read more

22nd June 2011 - 1 comment