Oh, hello. It’s been a while. Longer than that; a long while. The good news: I’m back, with a brand new look and new wines for sipping and savouring. The great news? Our first feature for 2019 (!!) is Vigno Carignan Blend. Carignan is a Spanish grape that’s widely grown in the south of France, and one my husband fell in love with when he was touring France many years ago. He’s been trying to find a bottle of wine that matched the wine he had across the Atlantic, and he’s found an exciting option in this stunner.Read more
Sometimes a wine’s reputation precedes it. I have always known Malivoire’s Gamay to be good – hell, it’s great – but I couldn’t remember when I sat down with a glass and actually spent time with it. Not all wines require you to sit thoughtfully with a glass in your hand, mulling over different notes, the mouthfeel, but not all wines are Malivoire’s Gamay.