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  • Enotria acquires Great Western Wine

    Posted on August 17, 2010 by Enotriaadmin

    Enotria enhances its specialist wine credentials with Great Western Wine acquisition
    Enotria is very pleased to announce that terms have been agreed for the acquisition of Great Western Wine, a well-established wine supply business based in Bath. Like Enotria, Great Western Wine’s primary business is in the On Trade, where it enjoys an exceptional reputation ...

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  • If D&G made wines...

    Posted on August 12, 2010 by Enotriaadmin

    The great Wine Woman & Song blogs on Planeta's mighty Cometa Fiano on her website Vinissima:
    "Sicilian wines are
    For the first time in ages, I had the Planeta Cometa Fiano and I felt about it exactly as I always did: affable, over-the-top glamorous, completely unpretentious and overall just delicious. If Dolce & Gabbana had a ...

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  • 5 star Aussies for Halliday

    Posted on August 12, 2010 by Enotriaadmin

    James Halliday, Australia's most revered and respected wine writer, has just issued the 2011 version of his Australian Wine Companion, and it features 5 star ratings for several Enotria producers. Top marks go to Parker Coonawarra Estate, Yering Station, Xanadu, Mount Langi Ghiran, and Peter Lehmann Wines. This is the first time that all 5 ...

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  • Cross at Kingussie makes Roederer Wine List Short List

    Posted on August 9, 2010 by Enotriaadmin

    Great news for Highland 'restaurant with rooms' The Cross at Kingussie as it made the Louis Roederer Wine List of the Year short list in Imbibe magazine.
    The Cross was the only Scottish restaurant to makethe 26-strong shortlist, which was selected by judges including Thierry Tomasin of Angelus, Hamish Anderson of Tate Group and Christine Parkinson ...

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  • Falanghina

    Posted on August 9, 2010 by Enotriaadmin

    Victoria Moore waxes lyrical about Campania's own grape variety, Falanghina, in her latest piece in The Guardian.
    "Orange flower water, cut kumquats, crystallised orange peel: there is something very distinctive about falanghina. This white grape has been grown in southern Italy for centuries. It thrives in the Irpinian hills of Campania, to the east of Naples ...

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  • Trinity Hill

    Posted on July 29, 2010 by Enotriaadmin

    This Hawkes Bay - based producer is in the vanguard of the quality NZ wine movement. Winemaker John Hancock is relentless in his drive for innovation - including many new plantings - and excellence. Trinity Hill are standard bearers for NZ Syrah and Bordeaux blends.

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