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  • Young Guns & Ones to Watch

    Posted on January 22, 2014 by johan

    This is the first installement of Enotria’s Young Guns & Ones to Watch. Over the next few months we’ll introduce you to a bevy of talented winemakers and inspiring people.
    Our portfolio encapsulates all that is great & good about the world of wine – small artisan producers, iconic names & wineries that are true pioneers ...


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  • Annual Portfolio Tasting 2014

    Posted on January 17, 2014 by johan

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  • The New Zealand Winegrowers Annual Trade Tasting 2014

    Posted on January 13, 2014 by alice

    The New Zealand Winegrowers tasting is the UK’s largest and most diverse tasting of New Zealand wines. With 2013 cited as one of the best New Zealand vintages to date, this year’s event promises big things at its new venue, Lindley Hall.
    Enotria will be supporting the event, showing an fantastic range of 18 wines from ...


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  • Burch Family Wines joins the Enotria stable

    Posted on January 10, 2014 by alice

    Enotria are delighted to welcome Burch Family Wines to the portfolio. Burch Family Wines are Western Australia's pre-eminent boutique family-owned winery and they will be joining Enotria effective immediately.
    Under the Burch Family umbrella there are two established wineries; one located in beautiful Margaret River, in the South West and the other in Denmark, in the ...


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  • Join the renaissance

    Posted on October 22, 2013 by alice

    Sherry has officially slipped off the housecoat and hung up its grandma slippers and we are seeing the beginnings of a renaissance on UK shores. So on this day, the day following the inaugural Sherry Institute Tasting at London’s Westbury Hotel, it would be remiss of us not to draw your attention to our trio ...


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  • Thelema - 2013 Harvest Report

    Posted on October 18, 2013 by alice

    News from Thelema: We had a lovely long wet winter prior to this year’s harvest, which frustrated most Capetonians. Rain and cold temperatures are however great for our vines’ dormancy requirements. Spring in the Stellenbosch winelands started late, with good rains to supplement the vines active growth during this period.
     Strong winds during October and November ...


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