Tweets of the Week

1. Results from analyses on 170 year old bottles of Champagne reveal they contain far more sugar than modern day Champagne. 
2.  The Rare Vineyards' Malbec proves to be popular in the Spring sunshine at The Glass Jar in Margate

The range is available to buy through our website here
3.  New Zealand Wine and the rest of the wine trade celebrate Sauvignon Blanc Day
4.  OP Woodcraft create a beautiful coffee table from recycled wine boxes
5.  The Drinks Business discuss the top ten underrated white grape varieties such as Assyrtiko and Furmint
6.  The Ata Rangi winemaker creates an amusing video to celebrate Sauvignon Blanc

Their Ata Rangi Sauvignon Blanc is available to buy here
7.  The Three Wine Men tickets and dates are available through their website
8. Condé Nast tempts twitter with cheese, saucisson, French bread and wine. When are we leaving?!
9.  Robert Parker discusses the risks in wine investment
10. And a little one from ourselves to end on with our Spring Wine Guide

Written by: Lucy Prosser

Lucy Prosser 


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