Exploring South Africa’s wine country

My husband and I are recently back from an incredible trip to South Africa, visiting Cape town and surrounding wine regions of Stellenbosch and Franschhoek. Sadly, we were on a […]


Piemonte is famous for its red wines, such as Barolo, but in Alto Monferrato, in the South-Eastern corner of the region bordering with Liguria, the white Gavi reigns supreme. Produced […]


Luisa Welch takes a look at what’s on shelf right now and picks winning wines which won’t break the bank. With the festive season just weeks away, it’s time to […]

Cava D.O. – A Rediscovery

The recent D.O. Cava Masterclass hosted by Patrick Schmitt MW on behalf of The Drinks Business was a great example of how much richer your appreciation of something can be […]


Australia trade tastings in London and Edinburgh

AWE members are invited to attend Wine Australia’s annual trade tastings in both London and Edinburgh. The Royal Horticultural Halls, London 30 January, 10.00 – 17.00The Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh 1 […]

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 […]

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