When you think of Brazil, you think of sandy beaches, rainforests, carnival and caipirinha, the  national drink made from cachaca, which is white sugar cane fermented and distilled.  Wine is […]

Book review – The Wines of Provence – Tricolour

Review of The Wines of Provence – Tricolour, by Göran Boman (published 2019, 280 pages, £29.99 from Amazon) When I was asked to present on Provence a few months ago, […]

Wine education without sight

BBC Radio 4’s In Touch programme came into, AWE member, Richard Lane’s classroom at WSET School London last week, and here is what they found, including the unusual situation where both […]

Gevrey-Chambertin 1996 has legs!!

This wine was lovingly made by Michel Esmonin in 1996.  Astonishingly fresh and still full of dark fruit aromas including cassis, plum and raspberry.  The wine has matured beautifully, with […]


New modules added on Australian Wine Discovered

Wine Australia has just launched two new topics on Australian Wine Discovered – Orange and the heartland regions of Riverland, Riverina and Murray Darling, adding to the already rich selection […]

Invitation to attend Old Vine Conference masterclasses

AWE members are warmly invited to attend either of both of these masterclasses, being held at 67 Pall Mall in London on 4th July. MONDAY 4TH JULY 2022 at 67 […]

Wines of Cyprus Tasting Wed 29th June 2022

You should all have received an email about this but I am following up here. I have just returned from Cyprus with bottles of virtually all if not all of […]

New resource for educators on Australian Wine Discovered

AWE members can now access free information, education tools and resources on Great Southern in the new module on Australian Wine Discovered. Located roughly 360km southeast of Perth in Western […]

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