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  • Angela Mount to chair New World, Ancient Soils

    Posted on June 17, 2014 by penwardenc

    With one week to go, Enotria is excited to announce that the panel chair of the New World, Ancient Soils panel tastings in London and Bath will be senior judge, writer and presenter, Angela Mount.
    Angela famously had her taste buds insured for £10 million by her former employers, Somerfield, and is currently in demand as a ...


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  • Fizzy Logic – Jacquart’s Award Winning Wines

    Posted on June 6, 2014 by penwardenc

    This week we’re celebrating ‘Fizz Friday’ in the company of our friends at Jacquart who have just won medals at the Sommelier Wine Awards for four of their Champagnes available through Enotria.
    Jacquart, Brut Mosaïque NV, Champagne, France
    Jacquart’s non-vintage house cuvée is aptly named, describing the assemblage of wines from a mosaic of grape varieties, vineyards ...


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  • d’Arenberg joins the Enotria Portfolio

    Posted on June 2, 2014 by alice

    Enotria is pleased to announce that Australian winery d’Arenberg will be joining the award-winning portfolio. This addition complements Enotria's premium collection of quality Australian producers, and d'Arenberg wines represent regionality at its most exciting.
    Enotria now represents three of the 12 members of Australia’s First Families of Wine. As they continue to build a portfolio of the ...


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  • New World, Ancient Soils – June 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th

    Posted on May 30, 2014 by alice

    Having just won the coveted New World Merchant of the Year at the 2014 Sommelier Wine Awards, Enotria are proud to announce the details of their New World, Ancient Soils programme of events.
    The Southern Hemisphere is referred to as the ‘New World’ and we would like to challenge that! In fact, the geological makeup of ...


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  • Lambrusco - Seriously Fun Fizz

    Posted on May 28, 2014 by alice

    Lambrusco is back, and this time it means business. A growing band of aficionados made up of the nation’s restaurateurs, sommeliers, wine shop owners and wine critics are challenging the public’s preconceptions (and in some cases misconceptions) about this famous fizz.
    Last time Lambrusco took the world by storm it was in the 1980s, an era ...


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  • The most southerly vineyards in Africa!

    Posted on May 15, 2014 by alice

    A new addition to the Enotria family, here Nick Diemont Strandveld Wines tells us how it all began.
    “When I bought the farm in 2000 it had no vineyards. It was neglected. However, it had exactly the right physical characteristics for viticulture – a cool climate due to its proximity to the sea with cool on-shore ...


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