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  • Telegraph on Lebanon

    Posted on January 20, 2015 by penwardenc

    Last week Victoria Moore reported in The Telegraph that we are now drinking almost twice as much Lebanese wine in the UK as we did five years ago: this is a 'breakthrough point' according to Moore.
    “In 2010, I was struck not only by the energy and commitment of a new generation of producers but also ...


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  • Wine Blogger of the Week

    Posted on January 15, 2015 by penwardenc

    Our Wine Blogger of the Week is Sam Caporn MW, writing under the alias The Mistress of Wine. Her Top Tipple White from last week was Enotria’s Planeta La Segreta Bianco 2013 from Sicily.
    "Southern Italian whites really float my boat. I love their ripe tropical fruit, the intensity of flavour and the weight of ...


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  • Thelema's December Diary

    Posted on December 22, 2014 by penwardenc

    As thoughts turn to turkey and mince pies here, it’s a world away from what's going on in the vineyards of South Africa. The winemakers at Thelema are busy all the way through the Christmas season, either tending the vines in the summer sun or keeping up with the Christmas demand from markets like the ...


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  • Marketing Magazine salutes social Enotria

    Posted on December 4, 2014 by penwardenc

    In the article dated 28th November, Meg Carter chose Enotria as one of the industry’s key marketers, speaking to ecommerce manager Harry Fawkes about the effective use of social media. Harry explained how Enotria had worked with Tesco to launch the “first socially created wine”.
    Enotria drafted in agency We Are Social to invite over 2500 ...


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  • Peter Yealands - the wine trade’s green ex-grocer

    Posted on November 21, 2014 by penwardenc

    Peter Yealands of Yealands Wine is in the latest issue of Calibre Quarterly, explaining in an article called ‘Sweet Harmony’ the steps that have taken him to fronting one of the world’s ‘greenest’ businesses.

    From the beginnings of his working life as a grocer working for his ‘old man’, to sheep shearing and fencing, Peter has ...


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  • d’Arenberg – The Red Stripe Pressings

    Posted on November 12, 2014 by alice

    How to identify a d’Arenberg (person or wine):  It’s got a stripe.
    Another way to tell is just to look for the awards.  October has seen a record haul of 2 trophies, 6 gold medals and healthy number of reviews with over 90 points.
    And it doesn’t stop there; for the 8th year running d’Arenberg has been awarded ...


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