Having dinner together is what life’s all about.
If you like cooking, have you ever tried cooking with Prosecco? We’ve included a video below showing how to make a Prosecco Risotto. It’s dead simple to make, so, why not give it a go?
To make this dish you need:
3 Garlic cloves
1 Knob of butter
1.25 cup of Risotto Rice
3 cups of chicken stock
The Nations Favourite Sparkler, Demystified
We all know it’s Italian and we all know how wonderful it is to enjoy a glass of chilled Prosecco, but how much do you know about the history of this most popular of wines? Our wine researchers have collated some interesting facts about the history of Prosecco, so why not indulge in a little light reading along with your glass of bubbly?
So, where did Prosecco originate?
Prosecco sparkling wine may have only been catapulted to stardom in recent years, but this amazing Italian marvel has a history going back many hundreds of years. North Eastern Italy has produced wine for millennia and many of its vineyards were already well established when the area was colonised extensively by the Greeks around about 800 BC.Read more...
Proudly Presenting Our Silver Medal Winning Australian Shiraz
Once again we have received some very welcome and wonderfully inspiring news, as we go into the weekend, that we have been awarded with another silver medal at the International Wine and Spirits Awards (IWSC). This time, the recipient was our Australian Shiraz red wine and the team at Premier Estates Wine were over the moon!
This award has been won following many months of meticulous research into and detailed refinement of this most popular of red wines. As ever, our ultimate goal is to produce a wine of exceptional quality whilst keeping the cost competitive to give Premier Estates Wine an edge in an extremely crowded marketplace. An IWSC silver medal is an immense achievement and just goes to show the high levels of expertise that our wine making team have achieved.
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.