Wine is not just a drink to make us more relaxed and happy, it is to be enjoyed with a nice company of friends or family, maybe some colleagues that you actually like. What is the best way how to make it fun and engaging?
You can host a wine tasting party! Here are 6 simple steps how you can do it stress-free:
Have you seen the sunshine recently? To be honest I’m not sure how you could have missed it! Well unless you’re a night owl I suppose. Anyway, a little bit of sunshine goes a long way and makes the mind think all the great things that are on the way, barbeques, picnics in the park, shorts and of course a perfectly chilled bottle of rose wine! Yes, it’s that time of year again to start thinking pink! Whether you want pink, salmon or rose wine, to be fair does it really matter? Spring is finally here!
Wine and Tapas Club has been launched in January 2017 and we've had a first wine tasting evening just yesterday!
So how do you judge if your event has been a success? A celebratory glass of no added sulphites Cremant d'Alsace to start with and then a dozen of organic wines to sample...
We all started somewhere in our wine discovery journey. Even the legendary Jancis Robinson, an author of ever popular Oxford Companion to Wine (hundreds and hundreds of pages of encyclopaedic knowledge), said that she 'learns something new about the world of wine all the time'.
This guide to types of wines is to help anyone who wants to enhance their wine knowledge.
Welcome to our organic wine tasting journey of bubbly explosion, let’s try some sparklers! I opened a very random selection of samples: Pierre Gerbais Champagne, Davenport English sparkling wine and an organic Lambrusco. The last 2 raised a few eyebrows in the beginning.
Read on to find out more
I’m Alex and I manage our store in South West London and it seemed like a good idea to try and select a few wines that were my personal favourites and let our customers sample them.
Have a look at my notes for these three fantastic organic and natural wines from Italy, Portugal and USA made of Barbera, Zinfandel and a red blend.
Organic Wine Club is continuously looking for superb organic wines, also with no added sulphites. Check out this organic wine tasting report: our wine expert who holds WSET Diploma has handpicked a trio! Organic wines from Fronton, Priorat and Cahors. Delicious.