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Moscatel is the only grape that has aromas and tastes of grape making it very popular with wine drinkers all over the world. When

As regular readers of this column you will know that from time to time I like to post a short quiz to test your

Wines discovered in shipwrecks, often hundreds of years old, have been found to be very well preserved. Which raises the question, does the sea

Having ‘looked’ and ‘sniffed’ the wine then we taste. Our palates enable us to identify the different characteristics of the wine; the dryness (totally,

Demystifying wine and making it easier for readers to discover different styles of wines is the main aim of this weekly column. Albert Einstein

Garnacha is a Spanish grape variety known as Grenache in France. It is often overlooked and not held in the same esteem as the

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