Month: January, 2019

White Burgundy: a fresh look at the 2015s

As much of the wine world is still focusing on the recently released 2017s, Will Heslop takes another look at 2015 white Burgundy – wines, he believes, that thoroughly deserve a second glance

What to drink in 2019: Vintage Port

In the second of our reports on which vintages you should be tucking into in 2019, Cellar Plan Manager Tom Cave turns his attention to the amazingly age-worthy wines of the Douro Valley

On the pour: Grüner Veltliner

Every month we pick out one of the many wines available to taste in the Enomatics at our London shop. To kick off the New Year, we’ve chosen a bright and fresh white that is naturally a little bit lower in alcohol

Tempering the temperance: New Year’s resolutions

The New Year needn’t mean self-denial. Caroline Richardson – Wine Advisor in our Warehouse Shop – explains why abstinence isn’t necessarily the answer, offering her alternative resolutions that allow a guilt-free start to the year