January 2017

  1. Organic vs. Biodynamic

    Organic vs. Biodynamic Wine: Organic wine is not a new concept. People have been making wine organically for thousands of years. Organic viticulture was a way of explaining the alternative to modern farming practises. Organic wines are produced in the absence of pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and synthetic fertilisers and use plant and mineral products to combat pests and disease. A problem is that the USA and Europe have different definitions of organic... Continue reading →

  2. Burns Night Special

    Next Wednesday, 25th January people around the country will be celebrating Burns Night, one of Tom's favourite holidays after spending 4 years in Edinburgh during university. If you're planning a big haggis dinner in celebration, make sure you serve it with the best wines. Continue reading →

  3. Burgundy 2015 En Primeur

    “The 2015 vintage is in my view an extraordinary vintage quality wise for the reds – great wines have been made including some truly legendary wines that I believe will stand as some of the best wines made in my time.” Steen Öhman (WineHog) Continue reading →

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