Tweets of the Week

1. A wonderful infographic from Decanter for English Wine Week
2.  A beautiful photo of grapes in the sun
3.  Wine Searcher's impressive photo of a large boulder's destruction in Italy
4.  Fiona Beckett's best food pairings for English white wines
5.  Eight useful facts about Prosecco from the Drink's Business
6.  Steven Cronk from Mirabeau and his Provençal rosé
7.  Sun-soaked vineyards in Slovenia
8. Nederburg Wines helping us celebrate on a Friday. Their wines are available here
9.  Decanter discusses those Prosecco shortage rumours. Here's what we think about it too.
10. A final one from us at CellarVie Wines: which vineyards you should visit in the UK

Written by: Lucy Prosser

Lucy Prosser 


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