Portugal is perhaps best known, wine-wise at least, for its fortified wine, port (about which you can read more in my port blogposts on ruby port and tawny port ) but the largest wine region in Portugal is actually Vinho Verde - and the UK is its second biggest export market after France. Nevertheless vinho verde remains
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Back in the day I used to buy French wine from an importer based in North London. I can’t remember how I got to know him but tasting his wines was one of the initial sparks in my interest in good wine – and one of those wines
I've been stocking TWR Pinot Noir for a couple of years and it has become a firm favourite of many Pinot Noir aficionados with customer reviews like this "OMG! Superb, beautifully subtle" and 96 points from Decanter magazine, not forgetting its 92 Parker Points. And only a few months ago I managed to find some of their rare TWR Marlborough Syrah which is Northern Rhône
There seems to be a lot of talk about it at the moment. You may wonder what all the fuss is about. After all wine is made almost 100% from grapes, a plant, so you would think it fits perfectly into a vegetarian's or vegan's approved list of food stuffs, wouldn't you? You may therefore be surprised, even
One of the most searched for terms on the Wines With Attitude website is Carmenère and yet I would not be surprised if many readers had not heard of this black grape variety because it accounts for only a small proportion of the total world wine grape production.
So why is Carmenère a popular search term? Though at relatively low levels compared to the
You may remember my brief look at wine to pair with chocolate as part of my Matching Easter Foods & Wine blog . In this wine blog I delve deeper into which wines pair well with chocolate but mainly with chocolate-based desserts. Whilst wine and chocolate sound as if they ought to go together - after all they are both products with which many of
The long Easter weekend is always a great time for getting together with family and friends . Unlike Christmas there is no specific Easter dish in the UK so in this blog I take a look at a number of main dishes served up and down the country and make suggestions for wines that will complement if not enhance your meal.
In my personal life I have always been the first to shy away from publicity, keeping a low profile on social media and hiding behind others when the cameras are out. How things have changed since setting up Wines With Attitude.
After an audio podcast with e-commerce guru Chloe Thomas late last year, I have now even braved the cameras and feature in the March
When drinking or tasting wine most people focus only on the smell and the taste of it, ignoring what ought to be the first step - looking at the wine's colour and its general appearance . You might think that choosing red, white or rosé is all you need to think about in terms of the colour of wine but in fact the colour can