Tag: pinot noir

Introducing the wines of Eymann

Our Buyers are constantly searching for new wines to add to our portfolio, touring their regions to seek out exciting bottles made by equally inspiring winemakers. Here, Fiona Hayes introduces the latest producer to join our range from Germany: Eymann One of the advantages of being a long-standing and reputable wine merchant (if we don’t […]

After the state of the union

Day two at the London Wine Fair 2016 saw an opportunity to get slurping and spitting. Sophie Thorpe was only too happy to oblige: here she reports on how Pinot Noir is faring beyond Burgundy. The industry briefings of day one felt like an assessment of the UK trade here and now, with a glance […]

My Favourite Wine – Stuart Rae

Having worked in the wine trade for over 10 years now, what amazes me is the forever growing choice of wines on offer. Not only are the goal posts forever changing with a new wine produced each year, but it’s also easy to forget about the wine’s ability to change from one month to the […]

Growing into the Rôle

It is now a full two years since your correspondent selflessly embarked on a fortnight’s voyage of discovery of the vineyards of Champagne. Accompanied by the equally selfless Alun Griffiths MW, I set off on the long and frankly sometimes rather uneventful drive through the badlands of the Pas de Calais, taking advantage of the […]