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War, worship and wanton women – how wine has shaped our world

26 March 2018 by in Uncategorized

Wine has been important in many societies since ancient times. It is now produced in all continents and drunk in all but a few countries. It has influenced our health, our political and social relations, our dining habits and even our landscape. To say that wine is a drink that has shaped our world may appear to be an overstatement, but in a new book wine historian Rod Phillips demonstrates just how great a part wine has played in the development of cultures worldwide. (Read more)

Sun, sea and Savatiano: why the future looks bright for Greek wine

22 January 2018 by in Classic Wine Library, Wine and spirits

Be honest, when was the last time you picked up a bottle of Greek wine in your local wine shop or at the wine merchant? If you never even consider buying Greek wine except on holiday in Greece you are not alone. Many of us think of retsina and ouzo – and don’t want to drink either – when the subject of Greek alcohol is raised. (Read more)

Will 2018 be the year rosé gets serious? Why it’s time to rethink pink.

9 January 2018 by in Classic Wine Library, Wine and spirits

Rosé wine suffers from an image problem. For many years it has been thought of in wine-appreciation circles as the poor relation of its seemingly more complex and refined red and white cousins. The perception amongst consumers tends to be that rosé is a fun, easy-going wine, perhaps more suited to novice wine drinkers than those who appreciate fine wine. (Read more)