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"Tasting and drinking different wines is one thing, but actually learning about them and understanding their various nuances takes your appreciation to a whole new level."

- Guy Woodward, Former Editor, Decanter

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  1. Benevolent Quiz

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    AWE is putting a team in for the Benevolent Quiz on 12th April to help raise funds for our trade charity. Last year we did very well coming in 2nd place, but, of course, winning...
  2. The Great Riesling Tasting

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    Monday 16th May 2016 Lindley Hall, Elverton Street, London SW1P 2QW 10.30am – 7.30pm for trade visitors (public admitted from 5.30pm) Masterclasses, including at 2pm, our own Anne Krebiehl MW Wines from over 50 Riesling...
  1. Paul Quinn

    A night to remember

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    It’s not often that you get invited to taste Bordeaux first growth wines that you have only dreamed about in the past. So when a small parcel of first growths became available, 12 of us bought £4,000 of wine between us – to taste not to invest.  In anticipation of the big night we all turned up early to a brilliant surprise: tank samples of ten M Chapoutier 2014 Selections Parcellaires from the Rhone Valley. Chapoutier whites Saint-Joseph Les Granits 2ha, 100% Marsanne Old vine Marsanne...
  2. Wendy Narby

    Pride and Passion in South Africa

    By Wendy Narby
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    After just a few days in South Africa I’m hardly in a position to start drawing definitive conclusions about the wine industry there but several things really marked my recent visit: the pride the people have in their country, their industry and their wines, their desire to establish South African wine on its own quality merits, not as a ‘cheaper new world option’ and the dynamism and attention to detail that seem to link it all together. We frequently heard: ‘I don’t know why people...