Wines & Vines
Matthew Fort’s Champagne MomentsBringing his many years of sipping experience to bear, Matthew Fort confides that, although there are many great bottles to be enjoyed that pop and sparkle, it is champagne that reigns supreme.
Coravin Experts Reveal 10 Fantastic Red Wine Grape VarietiesCoravin, a company revolutionising the way the world drinks wine, discloses the top 10 red wine grape varieties to choose the perfect bottle of wine.
Isabelle Legeron: Grapes, Food Pairing & Low-Intervention WinesWe pick the brain of Master of Wine, Isabelle Legeron—natural wine enthusiast and creator of RAW WINE fairs. In our detailed Q&A she shares with us her opinion on the world’s best grapes, improving your palate and the importance of biodynamic farming.
Fine Wine: All You Need to Know About Brunello di MontalcinoBrunello di Montalcino, a wine made from 100 percent Sangiovese grapes, is one of Italy's most famous and expensive red wines.
Wines to Drink on New Year’s EveCoravin guides you through the best types of wines to drink on New Year's Eve.
Debunking Wine Myths with Wine Expert Anne JonesDrinks Hamper speaks to Anne Jones, category manager of beers, wines and spirits at Waitrose, about everything from blind tastings to debunking wine myths.
Introduction to the World of ProseccoKonstantinos Sarvanakis from Monroe Overdry Prosecco explains all you need to know about the process of developing Prosecco and the different origins of this fine beverage.
Investing in WineCollecting and investing in fine wine is an attractive option, but uncorking the profit from your collection requires both knowledge and patience.
Investing in Wine: Bordeaux vs BurgundyWhich wines should one choose on their journey into wine investment? The Master Chefs explore the wines of Bordeaux and Burgundy to consider when investing in wine.
The Rise of English Sparkling WineThe Master Chefs explore the success and the rise of english sparkling wine and its comparison to champagne.
What is Terroir in Wine Making?Certain conditions such as the type of soil and microclimate can have an effect on the taste of your wine. Drinks Hamper take a look into the importance of terroir.
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