Tweets of the Week

1. Gordon's Wine Bar have one of their fantastic tastings on Thursday 14th May
2.  An incredible view of vineyards in New Zealand
3.  Fantinel Winery takes yet another fantastic photo their La Roncaia vineyards in Cergneu di Nimis,  
4.  Very tempting Oysters from London Wine Bar 28-50
5.  A fascinating photo of Royal Tokaji close up
6.  The Drinks Business' 7 things you should know about Cava
7.  Tim Atkin spills his words of wisdom
8. Wine Folly's excellent infographic on how long you can keep wine open

9.  A great article from Italy Magazine on wines from Tuscany
10. And a final one from CellarVie Wines: a glass of red wine a night could help people with diabetes

Written by: Lucy Prosser

Lucy Prosser 


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