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  • D is for Diatomaceous earth

    Posted on May 2, 2014 by alice

     
    What kind of earth?!
     
    Diatomaceous earth - also known as Kieselguhr - is a naturally occurring highly porous, chalk-like sedimentary rock mineral made mainly of silica and consisting of fossilized remains of diatoms, a type of hard-shelled algae. Under the microscope, the particles of diatomite show up in a variety of shapes: symmetrical figures resembling disks ...


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  • The Drinks Business Green Awards crowns Yealands Family Wines “Green Company of the Year”

    Posted on April 30, 2014 by alice

    Yealands Estate has been selected as the “Green Company of the Year” by the UK’s leading drinks publisher, Drinks Business.
    The Green Awards are the world’s largest programme raising awareness of green issues in the drinks trade and rewarding those leading the way in sustainability and environmental practice. 
    Founder of Yealands Family Wines, Peter Yealands ...


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  • Enotria embraces LWF's new approach

    Posted on April 30, 2014 by alice

    For 2014, Enotria are embracing London Wine Fair’s return to its roots. Enotria’s stand – A42 – will be a more compact space than in previous years, but will not compromise on any of the inspiration and engagement which form the core of their updated approach.
    In addition to the focused range of wines on show ...


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  • C is for Calcareous Soils

    Posted on April 24, 2014 by alice

    STEEPED IN TRADITION AND TRULY UNIQUE.
    In the far eastern corner of France, in between Burgundy and Switzerland, you will find Jura.  The climate of Jura is continental with many similarities to Burgundy, however the winters are more aggressively, bitterly cold. The soils are calcareous (literally Jurassic), and the wines produced are distinctive, especially those made ...


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  • Roll up, roll up and join us in welcoming Quinta da Plansel to the Enotria family!

    Posted on April 23, 2014 by alice

    The Quinta da Plansel winery can be found just 100km east of Lisbon, in the heart of Alentejo. The winemaker and owner, Dorina Lindemann, and her team, specialise in producing wines made from indigenous Portuguese varieties. The story began when Dorina’s father Hans Jörg Böhm, a young German businessman, capsized his sailing boat with a ...


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  • New World, Ancient Soils – A Tale of Exploration & Intrigue!

    Posted on April 14, 2014 by alice

    We are gearing up for summer with a series of events focusing on the variety and intrigue of the New World.
    The Southern Hemisphere is referred to as the ‘New World’ when in fact, the geological makeup of many of its winemaking regions – these unique soils, ridges, rocks and minerals – is over 400 million ...


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