Jonathan Mitchell : Ireland’s Pre-eminent Family of Wine and Spot Whiskey

There are voices in the trade that need to be recorded so that as we move forward  their experience and wisdom will give us context into the future. Too often […]

A new Era for Greece’s oldest estate – Porto Carras

A ‘new era’ for Greece: The captivating vineyards of the PDO Slopes of Meliton and PGI Sithonia After many years of teaching people about the joys of Greek wines, I […]

Grape Growing and Winemaking in Ireland Part 1: La Kav Wines

There are only a few vineyards in Ireland. They are small. Will this change in the near future? Most likely. I visited all three vineyards this year with a view […]

Celebrating Wine Education and Educators

My wife, Fliss Cox, received her Diploma from the WSET at their annual ceremony at the Guildhall in April this year.  I hope many of us can still remember achieving […]


A Worldwide Registry for Old Vines

Earlier this year, a wonderfully esoteric online project was launched to help the cause of old vines, something dear to the heart of many wine educators and wine lovers. Just […]

Invitation to Taste Canada Trade Tasting 23 and 24 May

On behalf of Westbury Communications, AWE members are invited to attend this trade tasting of wines from Canada. 24 wineries will be attending from Ontario, British Columbia, and Nova Scotia. […]

Invitation to Argentina Reloaded tasting with Paz Levinson

Following on from Luisa’s timely post on Argentinian wines, AWE members are invited to the Argentina Reloaded drop in tasting on Monday 24th April at Sager + Wilde Hackney Road, organised by Paz Levinson, one […]

Ukraine – how you can support!

Over the last 6 months I have become friendly with a Ukrainian wine producer called Vitalii Shmulevych and have been helping him find an importer for his wines in the […]

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