“Too much of anything is bad, but too much Champagne is just right” 🍾🥂This @louisroederer_ 1997 beauty has been ageing so elegantly with a seductively ripe fruit crunch yet with all the glorious notes that only extensive time in the bottle can allow them to develop: preserved lemons, dried honeysuckle, glazed brioche, honey on toast, … More Louis Roederer 1997 – a vintage with a happy ending
Until 2011, I used to be a Valentine’s Grinch: Why don’t people celebrate their love everyday? Why do we need the shops to be filled with hundreds of cringy red heart-shaped balloons and chocolates? What happened to the REAL romance? Back then, I lived in Germany with the most brilliant bunch of wine ladies and … More Valentine’s Day wines are not just rosé!
A Taste of Greece – a Greek wine tasting at Vintners’ Hall, London … More A Taste of Greece – a fabulous Greek wine tasting in London
Fancy an aromatic bubbly this summer? Would you rather try an indigenous variety and taste a different kind of wine from the Peloponnese, a land full of ancient myths and beautiful landscapes? I first tried Amalia Brut by Tselepos Wines this past Christmas and has become a dinner-table favourite since then. This delicious sparkler is made of … More Amalia Brut by Tselepos Wines
Is Santorini the strongest brand name in Greece? I believe that the answer is Yes. Santorini is the diva, the Marilyn Monroe of Greek wines, with production volumes struggling to please the ongoing rising demand. Prices are increasing and Santorini wines, mainly dry, still Assyrtiko, are establishing Greek Wines in the winelover’s conscience. By the … More “Volcanic Bubbles” – Santo Brut