sauvignon blanc

Shout Out To English Wine on #SauvBlancDay

I couldn’t possibly go through the whole of Sauvignon Blanc Day with talking about a trip I recently made out to Greyfriars vineyard in the English county of Surrey. Sauvignon Blanc, thus far, hasn’t exactly been a mainstay of the emerging English Wine scene, with Champagne varieties of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier ruling …

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Right iMovie, Yealands Is Calling!

Every wine-o out there will no doubt heard of Yealands before. They are a big family wine estate with vineyards stretching all over the famous Marlborough district in New Zealand. I’ve been sent 5 bottles of their different Sauvignon Blancs and been asked to come up with something “arty” to promote them on International Sauvignon …

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Will the world open their wallets to the best wines of Chile?

The wines of the New World nailed it during the nineties and noughties on the shelves of the supermarkets in the UK. The French, the Italians, even the Spanish were blasted away by low priced but solid quality wines from the varietals everyone had heard of. Chilean wine was up there in the crow’s nest …

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#NWTW Week 41: What To Expect From Verdejo

Anyone out there know much about Sauvignon Blanc? It’s a grape that goes well in both the fruity, fresh, drink-it-young style, or in the barrel fermented full style, like you get in Bordeaux. Verdejo is kind of similar to Sauvignon Blanc in that sense. I don’t say that to annoy Verdejo producers, I say it …

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