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So, we’re in the middle of August, yet the weather’s been veering off on a more autumnal tangent. We're refusing to give up on the rosé however.

Why do you buy wine?

The season of comfort eating is upon us, and what better way to cosy up than with a delicious, rib-sticking pie and a glass of perfectly matched wine?

The season of comfort eating is upon us, and what better way to cosy up than with a delicious, rib-sticking pie and a glass of perfectly matched wine?

You don't have to worry about picking the right wine; there's plenty of other things a wine lover will love this Christmas.

You don't have to worry about picking the right wine; there's plenty of other things a wine lover will love this Christmas.

Have you ever noticed that Yuletide festivities involve lots of sweet things? Tins of sweets, biscuit selections, mince pies, chocolates, trifle, brandy butter, custard, plum pudding, cakes… It’s an indulgent time of year. Sweet and fortified wines also tend to make cameo appearances too. For some strange reason, despite critics’ singing their praises, most of [&hellip

Have you ever noticed that Yuletide festivities involve lots of sweet things? Tins of sweets, biscuit selections, mince pies, chocolates, trifle, brandy butter, custard, plum pudding, cakes… It’s an indulgent time of year. Sweet and fortified wines also tend to make cameo appearances too. For some strange reason, despite critics’ singing their praises, most of [&hellip

Lighter in body than an Australian or other New World equivalent might be, this shows classic fresh, crunchy blackcurrant flavours and the much-needed leather and vanilla aromas are there.

Lighter in body than an Australian or other New World equivalent might be, this shows classic fresh, crunchy blackcurrant flavours and the much-needed leather and vanilla aromas are there.

Here’s our pick of the wines to drink during silly season and on the big day itself.

Here’s our pick of the wines to drink during silly season and on the big day itself.

Beef carpaccio with horseradish cream, remoulade and pickled cherries

Rude Wines have just returned from a trip to the magnificent city of Reims and the golden streets of Epernay in the region of Champagne

Indulge in some of the most awe-inspiring DIY Thanksgiving Table Decor Ideas, and make some heads turn at them.

The weather may not quite be at its August potential but we're soldiering on in the belief that it's too warm to cook. So we're in need of a summer recipe.

Do gender stereotypes exist in the wine world as they do in the beer world? And if men and women prefer different styles, is it down to culture or palate?

Do gender stereotypes exist in the wine world as they do in the beer world? And if men and women prefer different styles, is it down to culture or palate?

The Escada Touriga hails from the Lisboa region, and is made by master winemaker José Neiva Correia, who has too many accolades to mention.

Descriptions of the 5 more popular white wines, for those looking to broaden their lack of wine knowledge.

Torrontés joins the aromatic wine starting line-up – three reasons why you should give it a try

For many, Chilean wine is all about the grape with the location playing second fiddle to the varietal. How many specific wine regions can you actually name?

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