While they are increasingly becoming in vogue on wine lists from New York to old York, there are still misconceptions and apprehension on the part of consumers when looking at Greek wines. So here is a (short) history, description and guide to the difficult to understand (and pronounce) world of Greek wines.
If there is one characteristic about Chardonnay that defines it as a grape, it is versatility. In this blog, we’re going to explore what makes Chardonnay one of the most widely drunk wines around the world – and why you should revisit it if you haven’t for a while.
We know becoming an adult has its ups and downs but a blindingly obvious positive, in our eyes, is that hitting adulthood means desserts are not only allowed once you’ve finished your meal. Here at Pairings we believe that desserts should be enjoyed whenever the mood takes you. Fancy a mid-morning little treat or perhaps afternoon tea and slice of cake? And why not, as they say a little of what you fancy does you good.
Join us on Tuesday 7th February, 7.30 – 9.30pm for a Tasting Experience that will open your eyes to some rather excellent wines that this wonderful country has to offer. We are starting off 2017 with our first tasting evening, celebrating New Zealand and its expansive selection of fine wines. Many people will hear “New Zealand Wine” and immediately assume it will be a Sauvignon or even more specifically a Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, we are here to tell you there is much more to New Zealand wine than a Marlborough!