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Kevin Ecock's WinePod

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Kevin Ecock talks wine, explores wine, and tastes wine with experts from across the world of wine. This is the Wine Pod.

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February 22nd, 2024


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Kinsale Mead: The Best There Is - Happy Christmas!

November 29th, 2023


Mead. Timeless, ancient and exceptional. This is a fabulous drink made with Honey, Water and Fruit. Simplicity is often the hallmark of brilliance …

Moldova Wine: Exciting!

November 10th, 2023


We all know where Moldova is? mmaybe not  ...   We all know that Moldova is historically a very important player in how the world trade in wine …

David Dennison of Viking Irish Wines in Waterford

October 16th, 2023


In this episode we visit and chat with David Dennison of Viking Irish Drinks in Co. Waterford.

It was a beautiful summer day in his vineyard. …

Yalumba's Kevin Glastonbury Talks Red Winemaking ... and so much more!

September 18th, 2023


Kevin Glastonbury, affectionately known as KG, is Senior Red Winemaker at Yalumba in the Barossa Valley of South Australia.

The Barossa is one the world's premier red wine making regions and Yalumba one of its most …

Maximilian Riedel: Glassware Perfection

September 12th, 2023


Riedel has a special place in the world of wine. It is one of Respect for a family that has worked tirelessly to perfect how we can further our ability to taste many types of drink but especially that of wine.

Riedel …

Orin Swift and Dave Phinney: The Very Best

July 3rd, 2023


Last year we were very fortunate to have had a zoom podcast chat with Dave Phinney and the remarkable wines he has created, most notably under the

Olly's Farm Honey.

May 22nd, 2023


I met Olly Nolan at the Gifted Fair in the RDS last Christmas. He was showing a range of honeys. I was captivated. Each honey had a captivating …

HEIMANN & FIAI : Winemaker Specialist in Hungary

May 16th, 2023


In this podcast we talk with Zoltán Heimann whose family, HEIMANN & FIAI, has a long and distinguished history of quality winemaking in the …

MASI and its 250th Harvest - Giacomo Boscaini of Masi Agricola

May 9th, 2023


It's a sobering thought to many winemakers that they work at companies and enterprises that, in many cases, are younger than they are themselves! For those lucky enough to work in wineries where age and tradition has …

Lusca: an Exceptional Irish Wine

May 2nd, 2023


Recently I met with David Llewelyn at his farm in Lusk, north County Dublin. It's a small holding where he grows a fantastic collection of fruits …

Bruce Tyrrell: The Exceptional Hunter Valley Vigneron

April 21st, 2023


Bruce Tyrrell was in Dublin recently. His fame and expertise in the world of wine is well known. His wines are among the most awarded. His Semillon considered as among the best ever produced. He was in Dublin behind the

Phil Crozier: Wines of Argentina Ambassador

April 4th, 2023


April the 17th 1853. Who'd have thought back then that it would be a date celebrated the world over as  World Malbec Day. After all, back in 1853 it …

La Kav Wines has a Fabulous Vineyard and Winery - in Ireland.

March 1st, 2023


La Kav Wines is the brainchild of Arnaud Clopin. It sells a selection of well sourced wines from France at Arnaud's wife is a Kavanagh and he is French - hence La Kav. All straight forward so far!

Robert Bowe: Wine and Restaurant Program Manager at Ashford Castle

February 13th, 2023


Ashford Castle in Cong Co. Mayo is a Fine Wine destination and a Five Star hotel. It sits in majestic surroundings. Under the ownership of Red Carnation Hotels Ashford Castle offers a unique visitor experience. Robert …

Paul Fogarty: Head Sommelier at Ashford Castle

February 7th, 2023


Ashford Castle in Cong Co. Mayo is a Fine Wine destination and a Five Star hotel. It sits in majestic surroundings. Under the ownership of Red Carnation Hotels AShford Castle offers a unique visitor experience. None of …

Morgon VanderKamer: at The UNioN WineBar and Kitchen Waterford and President of the Irish Guild of Sommeliers

February 3rd, 2023


This podcast with Morgan VanderKamer is the first in a series that chats with sommeliers working in Ireland. Their expertise is invaluable and enriches our dining experience in a very immediate way.    

Morgon is a …

DIABLO: a Big Success for Concha y Toro - meet winemaker Tito.

October 28th, 2022


It was never our intention or plan to publish our podcast with DIABLO at Halloween! Perhaps the brand decided for us ....... 

When (the fabulous)

Maximiliano Ortiz: Winemaker at Trivento - the Best Value Quality Wine from Argentina

October 6th, 2022


Trivento has been acknowledged by the very best wine writers as the Best Value High Quality label from Argentina. The name means Three Winds. In this podcast chief winemaker at Trivento, Maximiliano Ortiz, brings us to …

Aveleda: Vinho Verde - Fine Wine from Portugal

August 8th, 2022


Vinho Verde has been on our shelves as long as I have been in the wine trade - a long time! That said, I always thought of it as a wine and not a region. A few brushes in the past with poor quality Vinho Verde styles …

Jonathan Mitchell : Ireland's Pre-eminent Family of Wine and Spot Whiskey

June 1st, 2022


Jonathan Mitchell is among the most likeable, knowledgable and enduring personalities in the drinks trade in Ireland. His family business, Mitchell and Son, is not just the longest running of its kind but is unique in …

Dave Phinney of Orin Swift: Amongst the World's Very Best

April 27th, 2022


Orin Swift is an ultra premium wine brand with a fascinating back story. It's a story that begins and continues with Dave Phinney, one of the finest …

Emilio Moro: Ribera del Duero at its Best

April 26th, 2022


Ribera del Duero is on a high plateau in the north centre of Spain. It is, in fact, the D.O. with the highest altitude in Spain with vineyards grown at a thousand metres above sea level and above.  

In this podcast

Copenhagen Sparkling Tea : Quite Brilliant

April 11th, 2022


Tea Tasting is very like Wine Tasting. Bouquet, Aroma, Palate Structure, Length, Fruit/Berry Intensity, Weight and so on. Try it some day. Focus into the sensations that Tea brings to the senses. Then add a Sparkle!

Malbec Mon Amour: Laura Catena on her New Book and the Great Wines of Catena Zapata

March 10th, 2022


Laura Catena is one of my all time favourites in the world of wine. Her bio is well told HERE and worth reading into. Her father Nicolas is the most …

Marques de Caceres and the SuperValu Spanish Wine Sale

February 15th, 2022


SuperValu runs a tight ship when it comes to Wine Sales. They drop prices back in a very honest and transparent way. They also bring in Guest Wines

Grower Champagnes by Zoe: Fabulous

December 31st, 2021


Last year Zoe Lengjak brought us, in her words, 'truly special, exclusive, natural and independent Grower Champagnes from the rarest terroir to …

Michael Eddy: Winemaker at Louis M Martini talks Terroir and Cabernet Sauvignon

December 31st, 2021


Michael Eddy is Director of Winemaking at Louis M Martini in the Napa Valley of California. This is a winery that produces high quality year in and year out. It is one of the shining jewels in the E&J Gallo

David Coventry: Winemaker at Talbott Vineyards and Sleepy Hollow Brilliance

December 15th, 2021


There's an old chestnut out there doing the rounds that asks, 'What makes a Great Coach?' The answer is, of course, 'A Great Athlete!' Great coaches …

Edouard Baijot MW: Fine Wines at E&J Gallo

November 23rd, 2021


Edouard Baijot must be one the bravest Frenchman to ever pass the Master of Wine exam! Why? Because when he joined the wine trade in 2002 he began as a sales rep in the north of France selling Californian wines for

Jim Collins Vice President of Vineyard Management at E&J Gallo

November 17th, 2021


It is simply not possible to make fine wine without fine grapes. Jim Collins goes further and tells us that, 'I'm a firm believer in the idea that …

a Podcast with Beth Liston of Dark Horse

October 28th, 2021


Welcome to the first podcast in our 6 part mini series of premium and super permium wines in the  E&J Gallo portfolio. These wines are brilliant.

Bodega Tandem: Brilliance in Navarra

October 15th, 2021


The astute among you will recognise that I have already recorded a podcast interview wIth José María Fraile of Bodega Tandem. That was at an O'Brien's Wines Fair held at Dublin Castle back in Dec 2019. You can listen to … : A podcast with Will Mullin

September 29th, 2021


When was launched back in 1999 it was a groundbreaker. The first of its kind always is!

There are loads of online wine stores out …

PradoRey: Ribero del Duero Excellence

August 20th, 2021


In this podcast we chat with Fernando Rodríguez de Rivera, of the fabulous Bodegas PradoRey farm and vineyard in Ribero del Duero.

PradoRey (Kings …

Nicolò and Matteo Luxardo: 200 Years of Excellence

August 9th, 2021


LUXARDO is a name that I have always associated with beautifully crafted spirits of the highest quality. 


The family has just celebrated its 200th …

Matthew Nugan of Nugan Estates: a Great Australian Success Story

July 28th, 2021


Nugan Estates is a winery based in New South Wales in Australia. It is the 13th largest exporter of branded wines in Australia, a top 20 wine producer and whose wines are imported directly to Ireland by the Musgrave …

The Allotment Wine Co : New Shoots for Our Wine Trade

July 14th, 2021


In this episode I chat with Chris Gifford who set up The Allotment Wine Company last year. Yes, right in the middle of our Covid lockdowns! Brave or Bonkers? Let Chris explain himself all the way from how to get into …

Alison Flemming MW: Reh Kendermann and the Wines of Germany

July 1st, 2021


Dunnes Stores recently held a fascinating online tasting of its WEINHAUS range of wines produced by the great Reh Kendermann in Germany.

The tasting was hosted by Alison Flemming, Master of Wine. It was quite …

Virginia Willcox at Vasse Felix: A podcast from the Heart of the Margaret River.

June 10th, 2021


When I visited Vasse Felix way back in 2010 I was bowled over by the quality of its wines.

At the heart of this story was its  chief winemaker Virginia Willcox. If anyone dares to say that there are no winemakers …

Gerard Bertrand: Peace, Love, Harmony and Exceptional Wine

May 21st, 2021


Gerard Bertrand is a winemaker of tremendous ability. More importantly he is an extraordinary human being. He has the vision of a poet and when he speaks it is uplifting and positive. His eleven great wine estates …

Wine Intelligence - a podcast chat with Richard Halstead

May 19th, 2021


I have been a long time fan of the work that Wine Intelligence does for the wine trade. It provides us with context and data. Both are vital to our understanding of how the trade works and where it might be heading to …

Ehrmanns and Sherry : a podcast with Peter Dauthieu jr

May 6th, 2021


Peter Dauthieu is a Director at Ehrmann's, a leading distributor across the UK and Ireland. He is based in Jerez, is MD of Viniberia and responsible …

Lanzarote Wine Tours and Wine Shop: A Fabulous Experience

April 27th, 2021


I took part in a Virtual Wine Tour of Lanzarote recently. It was brilliant. What an extraordinary landscape! This image is from Turismo Lanzarote. Watch the video HERE before you listen to this podcast with Ollie Horton

Roka: The Cabots - from Westport to Slovenia

April 14th, 2021


Sinead and Liam Cabot run an excellent wine distribution business, Cabot and Co., in Westport, Co. Mayo They also run an excellent vineyard and wine production business, (Roka is the brand) in Slovenia. At one time they …

Kanonkop Pinotage: Deidre Taylor on the Jewel from South Africa

April 1st, 2021


Kanonkop Pinotage is reckoned to be one of the finest wines made.  It's wine makers have been awarded Best Winemaker in the World on many occasions. It is that brilliant

In this podcast we chat with Deidre Taylor of

Clive Weston of Nautilus Wines: Among the Very Best from New Zealand.

March 23rd, 2021


Our Podcast episode #6 was with Clive Weston of Nautilus Wines of New Zealand. That was recorded at their Ireland agents' office, Cassidy Wines, in Dublin. It was this week all the way back in 2019!

How everything has …

Gaia Wines of Santorini and Nemea: Leon Karatsalos tells us his story.

March 19th, 2021


Gaia Wines always means top notch and unforgettable Assyrtiko from the volcanic Greek island of Santorini. These are Greek wines that sit at the top …

Federica Boffa of Pio Cesare: 140 years of Barolo Barbaresco excellence

March 9th, 2021


Pio Cesare makes a range of magnificent wines in Piedmont in the north of Italy. In this podcast 5th generation family member Federica Boffa talks to us about her family's 140 year history of making wine. 140 years - …

Wine in China and Chinese Wine: A podcast with Janet Wang

February 23rd, 2021


I am fascinated to hear from Janet Wang that wine making in China has a 9,000 year history. Incredible as that seems Janet still refers to wine in …

Veronique Drouhin: Making Magic in Burgundy and Oregon

February 16th, 2021


Maison Joseph Drouhin is one of the leading practitioners  of biodynamic and organic viticulture in the world. They are also one of the leading high …

The Catena Zapata Adrianna Vineyard: one of the Finest in the World

February 11th, 2021


Soil, Location and Vine. Over the millenia farmers have understood that chance is best left at the door when choosing 'what to grow' and 'where to grow'.

Experience is a better bed fellow. Sometimes, though, a grower …

Martin Codax; Rias Baixas, Monterrei and Bierzo Wines

February 1st, 2021


Martin Codax is a superb story of co-operation, innovation and independence. When its grower members came together back in 1986 the world, for the most part, had never heard of wine from Galicia, tasted Albarino or …

Astrolabe in New Zealand: Simon Waghorn' s Extraordinary Wine.

January 22nd, 2021


Astrolabe is one of those wineries. You know the kind!

Memorable. Exceptional.

In this podcast we chat with owner/winemaker Simon Waghorn. It's …

Bodega 695 Wineshop: A Podcast with Ed Jolliffe

January 18th, 2021


BODEGA 695 was launched this year. It's an online wine shop with a difference.  In this episode we chat with Ed Jolliffe, sommelier and one of the …

Happy 2021: a Champagne Pannier Podcast to Welcome a New Year

December 30th, 2020


There really is nothing like Champagne to kick off great celebrations. Happy New Year to all of you and many thanks from everyone here at Kevin Ecock's WinePod for your great support over the course of 2020 - a …

Highbank Orchards Part 2: Irish Apple Wine in time for Christmas!

December 23rd, 2020


Celebrate Christmas with the best of Irish. Ireland is blessed with the finest artisanal and craft produce. We focus in this and last weeks' podcast on one superb story. Highbank. 

This is Part 2 of the story. To begin …

Highbank Orchards: Irish Apple Wine in time for Christmas!

December 17th, 2020


Celebrate Christmas with the best of Irish. Ireland is blessed with the finest artisanal and craft produce. We focus in this podcast on one superb story. Highbank. 

Highbank Orchards in Cuffesgrange Kilkenny makes a …

 Emma Symington MW of Wine Australia

December 1st, 2020


Wine Australia is keen to tell us all about their Australian Wine Discovered platform. It's an online educational resource available for FREE for EVERYONE to enjoy, explore and to learn from.

....  and it is quite

Chateau de la Ligne at Dunnes Stores: An Irish story of 20 successful years in Bordeaux

November 18th, 2020


The story is well told. Irish business man Terry Cross falls in love with Chateau de la Ligne in Bordeaux.

The property has not seen a vine on its …

Dermot Nolan MW: A Master of Wine Podcast Chat

November 5th, 2020


What is a Master of Wine? In this podcast we chat with Dermot Nolan MW to find out.

Masters of Wine (commonly referred to as MW's) have passed a …

Springfield Estate in South Africa: Jeanette Bruwer on why it is So Special.

October 27th, 2020


Springfield Estate has been one of my favourite 'go to' places for a long time now. Why? Because it makes fabulous wines that have shown a profound …

Francesco Ricasoli: Chianti Classico Brought Alive.

October 21st, 2020


In this podcast Francesco Ricasoli corrects me with my pronounciation of his surname and the fact that vineyards around Brolio were not destroyed in …

Villa Huesgen: Mosel Magic in a Podcast

October 14th, 2020


Every time I try one of the wines produced by Villa Huesgen on the banks of the Mosel river in Germany I am captivated by their crisp, clear, character. Their website tells us that they believe in Origin. Tradition. …

Ochoa in Navarra: A distinctly Brilliant Wine Family

September 24th, 2020


I was fortunate to visit the vineyards of Navarra in northern Spain a couple of years ago. I was doubly fortunate that one of the wineries we visited is owned and run by the Ochoa family.

These days Bodegas Ochoa, near …

The Brilliant Domäne Wachau in Austria: a Podcast with Winemaker Roman Horvath MW

September 16th, 2020


Wachau in Austria is one of those places that should be on everyones bucket list to visit. I've not been there but it truly looks stunningly …

The SuperValu French Wine Event 2020

September 1st, 2020


In this podcast Kevin O'Callaghan, wine buyer at SuperValu, guides us through their current sale of wines from France - The SuperValu French Wine Event. In addition, Kevin touches on many other aspects of selling wine …

Garçon Wines: Leading Sustainability Innovator

August 19th, 2020


I was impressed when I first saw the flat bottle of wine from Garçon Wines. I liked its simplicity. What I really should have liked was its …

Sebastian Labbé of Santa Rita Estates: Innovation in the Wine Trade

August 4th, 2020


I first met Sebastian Labbé when he was head winemaker at the brilliant Viña Carmen, part of the Santa Rita Estates in Chile. In that role he was a …

Maison Champy: Burgundian Aristocracy

July 21st, 2020


Maison Champy began in 1720 and has the honourable distinction of being the oldest wine company in Burgundy. Extraordinary.

Brilliance, of course, …

Santalba : a Rioja Podcast with Bodega Santalba

July 15th, 2020


Bodega Santalba in the Rioja region of Northern Spain opens its web page with, '... the best grapes and the experience of previous generations …

Martin Kaiser of Doña Paula: A podcast with 'Viticulturist of the Year in Argentina'.

July 7th, 2020


Doña Paula is the Argentine arm of the Santa Rita Wine Estates. In this podcast Martin Kaiser, wine maker and viticulturist at Doña Paula tells us …

Tenuta San Leonardo Podcast with Anselmo Guerriera Gonzaga

June 24th, 2020


Tenuta San Leonardo is in Trentino. The Alto Adige is to its north while Valpolicella is to the south. In this podcast Anselmo Guerrieri Gonzaga

Lidl and Richard Bampfield MW: Summer Specials from Lidl

June 17th, 2020


Lidl brings us an interesting and wide variety of wine styles. At times the selection available might be seasonal or themed. To help us through the eclectic nature of wine specials, grape types and areas of origin Lidl …

Sustainability in the Wine Trade: Elena Carretero of the Santa Rita Group

June 9th, 2020


Across the world of wine we hear the word 'Sustainable' again and again. Very often it's linked to a 'green movement' of some vague description, …

Charlie Herring: Tim Phillips' Walled Vineyard in the New Forest

June 3rd, 2020


Where to start with Tim Phillips? Rome? South Africa? Montepulciano? The New Forest in Hampshire? It's an interesting list and makes a fascinating …

Marlings: The Story of a Vineyard in the Extraordinary New Forest

May 27th, 2020


Marlings is a vineyard in Hampshire that makes award winning wine and carries the New Forest Marque - 'an accreditation scheme set up to develop and support the production, processing and distribution of local produce …

Stefano Gagliardo: Barolo and Family, a Class apart.

May 20th, 2020


Stefano Gagliardo's family make some of the finest expressions of Barolo from vineyards (Piedmont: NW Italy) that his father Gianni took charge of in …

Wink Lorch: Author and Educator: Jura Wine and Wines of the French Alps

May 13th, 2020


Wink Lorch published 'Jura Wine' in 2014 and followed it with 'Wines of the French Alps' in 2019. Both books were researched to the 'nth' degree, …

Sam Barry talks Jim Barry Wines: A Beacon of Brilliance

May 5th, 2020


Jim Barry Wines is in the Clare Valley of South Australia. The valley is synonymous with quality wine and even boasts a Riesling Bike Trail!

Jim Barry was an impressive individual - the first professionally qualified …

Brian Maloney of de Loach Vineyards, Sonoma and the Russian River Valley

April 28th, 2020


De Loach is one of the very great wines from the Sonoma Valley in California. In this podcast Director of Wine at de Loach, Brian Maloney, talks to us about growing up on a farm in Sonoma, joining the wine trade and …

Stuart Dudley: Villa Maria Viticulturist and Vintage (Movie ) Star

April 15th, 2020


Before everything locked down we had the distinct honor of chatting to Villa Maria viticulturist Stuart Dudley. The occasion was the premier of the

Laurent Miquel: Lanquedoc Magic

April 7th, 2020


In this episode we are joined by Neasa Miquel. Neasa is from Ireland and has worked alongside her husband Laurent to make the Laurent Miquel family estate in the Languedoc into one the finest of its kind. Visit their …

Marius Kotze of la Motte and Leopards Leap in South Africa

April 1st, 2020


Clearly a few days can make a difference! I recorded with Marius Kotze (la Motte and Leopards Leap) when he was in town just a few weeks ago. He was …

Majorca Wine: Jose Gonzalez of Can Xanet

March 23rd, 2020


There is no doubt that many island wineries will find it hard to 'tough it out' this year. Many depend on a tourist market to drink their wines. There are no tourists. Other's are totally dependent on export markets …

Prophets Rock in Central Otago: a Paul Pujol Winemaker Podcast

March 17th, 2020


A Prophet on St Patrick's Day! A coincidence and a welcome one.  

The world and the world of wine is packed full of great people and great stories. …

Springfield Estate: South African Treasure

March 10th, 2020


The WinePod recently met up with Jenna Bruwer of Springfield Estate - one of our MOST favourite wine estates in the whole world! Why? Honesty.

Warren Gibson of Trinity Hill: a Hawkes Bay Podcast

February 24th, 2020


The WinePod met Warren Gibson recently for a podcast chat with a view to understanding how his wines at Trinity Hill are among the most awarded in the world.

Trinity Hill is a modern winery situated on the North Island …

Gonzalez Byass: Tio Pepe and a Whole lot More!

February 19th, 2020


At the recent SuperValu Spanish Wine Sale Wine Fair I met up with Bernardo Hualde from Gonzalez Byass. Our 'studio' was a piece of a corridor. Thanks for putting up with me Bernardo!!

In my head when I hear the name

Casa Santos Lima: A Portuguese Wines Podcast

February 14th, 2020


Casa Santos Lima is a big player in the world of wines in Portugal. It is also a family owned and run company.

The company and its ancestral vineyards are situated near Lisbon. The wines that they produce today straddle …

Vina Aresti from the Curico Valley in Chile: a podcast with winemaker Juan Ignacio Montt

January 29th, 2020


Chile is an exceptional country to grow vines in. Indeed, it is also the leading country of origin on our shelves here in Ireland and our brand leader (by quite a margin) is the Santa Rita label.

Vine growing in Chile …

Changyu Moser: Top class Wine from China

January 23rd, 2020


Lenz Moser is an extraordinary and very affable winemaker.

It has always been a pleasure meeting up with him.

Lenz is an Austrian with a tremendous history of promoting Gruner Veltliner wines from Austria. For the past …

Lingenfelder: A German Wine Star

January 7th, 2020


Georg Lingenfelder has a rich history to draw from. His family has been making wine in the Pfalz region of Germany since 1520! Georg is the 14th generation of Lingenfelder winemakers. Have a look at the Lingenfelder …

Tandem Wines in Navarra: a José María Fraile podcast

December 24th, 2019


Every time I meet José María I learn more about one of Spain's most magical wine regions - Navarra. He is impressively generous with his time, passion and knowledge.

Tandem Wines is a boutique winery established in 2003 …

A Greywacke podcast with winemaker Kevin Judd: What makes Greywacke so Brilliant?

December 18th, 2019


Kevin and Kimberley Judd held a Greywacke lunch and tasting at the Cliff Townhouse recently. I had never met either before. I am now so glad that I …

a Pierangelo Tommasi podcast: Exquisite Family Estates; Brilliant Wines

December 5th, 2019


Valpolicella, Amarone, Oltrepo Pavese, Montalcino, Maremma Toscana, Manduria Puglia, Paternoster Vulture, De Buris

These are all Tommasi Estates and

Ben Glaetzer and Nick Keukenmeester; a superb double act from Australia

November 26th, 2019


Robb Wines invited me to a tasting of the wines of Ben Glaetzer recently. Fabulous I said. A wine legend that I had never met and whose wines from …

a 'de Martino' podcast: Chile Superstars

November 19th, 2019


The De Martino family has been growing grapes and producing wine in Chile since the 1930's. Today their wines are among the most awarded, most sought after and most interesting produced in South America.

Here's a …

Mark le Roux: Winemaker at South Africa's brilliant Waterford Estate

November 12th, 2019


Waterford Estate is one of those special places in South Africa that excels in making high class wines. 

The Estate is in the Blaauwklippen Valley in Stellenbosch. This is one of the areas in the world where blue skies …

David Gleave of Liberty Wines

October 29th, 2019


David Gleave MW set up and runs Liberty Wines. Whenever Liberty has a tasting there he is, welcoming and helpful.

Liberty Wines' portfolio tastings …

Chris Forbes and the 2017 Vintage Declaration from the Fladgate Partnesrship

October 22nd, 2019


What is Vintage Port? What is the difference between 2016 and 2017 and why is it unusual to declare two vintages in a row?

The Fladgate Partnership comprise three Port Houses. Each is magnificent. They are Taylor's,

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