Rosés

NWTW #53 – Time to vote on what you want for B!

New Wine This Week 2015 got off to cracker with Amarone. Would I be saying that had my friend Dom’s culinary skills not nailed the food pairing? Probably yeah, but it was still great together! It’s the letter B this fortnight, and the suggestions have been coming thick and fast over the twittersphere. Some are …

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#NWTW Week 26: The Verdict On Spanish Rosé


I’m still struggling to say “Spanish Rosé”.  It’s kind of like saying “british sausages”, and my experiences of the three rosés I drank this weekend were as far different as cumberland and black pudding.  Having said that, compared to the sad continental crap you get at holiday breakfast buffets (still on sausages here sorry), they …

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#NWTW Week 26: How They Make Rosé (In Northern Spain)

Firstly, sorry this has taken so long to post.  This should have been out yesterday but with my first day back from a lovely long weekend in Barcelona, I was…er…mostly walking round in a complete haze.  The nice thing about doing Spanish rosé is that it’s so open in terms of what you’re buying.  The …

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#NWTW Week 16: Zinfandel, The USA’s Very Own Grape…Almost!

One of the things we’ve tried to do in NWTW is to go round the wine-making world and pick out the grapes that really define the country we’ve picked for that week.  For our first visit to the USA we had to go for Zinfandel.  It’s only grown in the USA and has become a …

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