Great to see not one, but two, Saint Clair wines written up in yesterday’s Scotland on Sunday.
Brian Elliot loved the 2015 Viognier from Hawkes Bay and the 2014 Grüner Veltliner, both of which featured in his article on stunning New Zealand wines that aren’t Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc.
Continue reading In The Papers: Saint Clair Viognier & Grüner Veltliner
Last week more than 10,000 people had a weekend to remember at the annual SulaFest in India.
Sponsored by Sula wines the festival celebrates music, wine, food, fashion and more, all in the idyllic environs of Sula’s scenic vineyards.
Continue reading Gallery: SulaFest 2016
In a nutshell: A fireside red that fizzes and crackles with bold ripe fruit.
The producer: Founded in 1850, Carmen was Chile’s first wine producer – and the key thing about being a pioneer is that you get to work out which are best areas before anyone else; the result is that Carmen possesses vineyards in some of Chile’s finest winegrowing areas. They were also the first producer in Chile to specialise in organic grapes, and among the first to produce premium Chilean wines.
Continue reading WOTW: Carmen, Carmenére Gran Reserva, Apalta 2013
At last week’s Annual Tasting in Westminster our intrepid cameraman turned his hand to video and created a handful of short videos of the event.
Take a look below.
Continue reading Videos: The Annual Tasting 2016 – London
Last week the Hallgarten Annual Tasting took place at London’s Royal Horticultural Halls. It was a busy and buzzing event with more than 700 wines under one roof and hundreds of attendees each day. Take a look back at the tasting via the gallery below.
Continue reading Gallery: The Annual Tasting 2016 – London