IWSC Bronze Awards For Our Chilean and South African Wines
We are extremely proud to announce that our Chilean Merlot and Sauvignon Blanc and our South African Chenin Blanc and Pinotage, have just been awarded Bronze Medals at the International Wine & Spirit Competition.
The International Wine & Spirit Competition (IWSC) was originally founded in 1969 and takes place on a yearly basis. Every year the IWSC receives entries from more than 80 countries worldwide. The awards presented at the competition are very much revered throughout the wine industry and are much coveted by the world’s biggest wine brands.
Chill Out With An Amazing Prosecco Cocktail
The kids are going back to school and the holidays have come to an end... What better way to relax after getting back into the swing of things than with a cool cocktail involving your favourite tipple?
Welcome to our Mini Bottles of Prosecco, just the right amount if you don't want to open a large bottle, perfect after a tough days work!
But that's not all there is to it ... As we all know, variety is the spice of life and we came up with a few that we think you'll love. Try one of these variations to make your evening even more chilled out!
Two Very Different Multi Award Winners
It goes without saying that wine is incredibly subjective and every wine drinker has their own personal opinion and their own completely individual senses of taste and smell. Some of our customers say that they prefer our Prosecco to our Cava and some say the complete opposite. Some even say that our Prosecco is better than Champagne but we know that it’s all about personal preference.
That’s absolutely fine with us, at the end of the day we just want happy, satisfied customers and that’s why our wine production team put just as much effort into the refinement of our Spanish Cava recipe and production process as they do into that of our Prosecco.
Why some of what's being written in the press is misleading
The nation’s beloved Prosecco has been getting a bit of a bashing in the press over the last few weeks with regard to the dental health of Prosecco drinkers. Many of the large newspapers have been publishing articles claiming that dentists are seeing increasing numbers of patients with tooth decay which might possibly be due to their drinking Prosecco.
The current popularity of Prosecco in the UK has meant that many publications have jumped on this band wagon and are publishing similar stories about the increasingly infamous “Prosecco Smile”. We thought it might be helpful to shed a little light on the situation and clarify a few things in relation to Prosecco and how it may affect your teeth.