Tweets of the Week

1.  Time Out updates their 100 best bars and pubs in London for your persusal
2.  Stephen Cronk from Mirabeau Wine debates whether you should drink your wine straight away or put it down in your cellar 
3.  Figures have revealed that white and red wine remain the most popular drinks for restaurant goers
4.  10 things to do in Bordeaux: a great excuse to go and visit some vineyards!
5.  8 facts about Prosecco
6.  Techniques are used for the Bordeaux 2014 vintage to control the high acidity of white wines
7.  Recipe and wine tips from the wine guru VinePair
8. A guide to wine bottle sizes!
9.  The impending deal between Google and Twitter will have major knock-on effects in the way customers make buying decisions
10.  And a little tweet courtesy of yours truly to end the proceedings!
Main blog image by Didier Bonnette

Written by: Lucy Prosser

Lucy Prosser 


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