Oz’ on Argentina

It’s awesome how quickly things can change in the world of wine.  It isn’t that long ago that Argentina was a great two-toed sloth hanging forlornly off the bough of the flourishing, multicoloured tree that was ‘New World Wine’. Chile was a bouncy, fruitful branch, Uruguay was a promising sapling – and Argentina wasn’t even […]

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RÍAS BAIXAS– THE HEARTLAND OF ALBARIÑO – 5 FUN FACTS ABOUT ONE OF SPAIN’S FAVOURITE WHITE WINE REGIONS

It’s Spain but not as we know it…. This is GREEN SPAIN!!  This is not the Spain of common perception – the busy beaches stretching lazily along the Med, the tiny white villages (‘pueblos blancos’) clinging to the mountains in the scorching south.  Here we are up in the far north west of Spain, slightly cut […]

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Sun, seafood & Xeco

Anyone who knows me personally, or has watched my wine stuff regularly will be well aware of the burning passion I hold for sherry. Contrary to popular belief, I’m here to tell you that if you don’t drink sherry regularly then you’re showing your age. A total Grandma. A dinosaur. All the cool kids are […]

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