Wine Lovers

 

Indulge in some wine filled articles, everything form Jonny Gibson’s wine school, advice on food and wine pairings, to our visits to local Sussex vineyards.

 


Wine Wisdom: Jonny Gibson on all things natural wine

Wine Wisdom: Jonny Gibson on all things natural wine

Featuring:

  • A Definition
  • The difference between natural, organic and biodynamic wine
  • Natural wine popularity
  • Recommended natural wines
  • Upcoming natural wines tastings

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Wine Lovers: Q&A with Carlos Delage of Viña Real

Wine Lovers: Q&A with Carlos Delage of Viña Real

 

“What really makes Viña Real unique is the capacity of ageing; a great wine has to be a great wine today and in 20 years. Now that´s a great wine!”

 

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Wine Lovers: Drinks to watch in 2017

Wine Lovers: Drinks to watch in 2017

Featuring:

  • English Fizz
  • Moderation in all things sugar and calories
  • Orange Wines
  • The Brexit Effect
  • Premium Tonic Waters

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Wine News: It’s all in the name

Wine News: It’s all in the name

 

“Ultimately there would be a cost to pass on to the consumer. Are you ready to pay an extra few pounds a bottle to drink a wine labelled as Sussex Wine rather than English Wine?” 

 

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Bonfire wines and cider

Bonfire wines and cider

 

“Warm up two litres of good cider (try Biddenden Cider from Kent) and add some cloves, star anise, cinnamon sticks, nutmeg and the juice of an orange.” 

 

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Wine and Food: Autumn wines for mushrooms and game

Wine and Food: Autumn wines for mushrooms and game

 

“If you haven’t experienced the joy of a mushroom omelette with flat leaf parsley and a glass of red Burgundy or a pinot noir from Oregon, Martinborough or Otago then you need to sort that out straight away this weekend.” 

 

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An Afternoon at Bolney

An Afternoon at Bolney

 

“There’s something about vineyards that instil a sense of calm and peace. Perhaps it’s the unconscious association with the act of enjoying wine, a slowing down and appreciating a moment and the connection with earth to glass.”

 

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Wine School

Wine School

 

“Sauces can make a huge difference…The entrecote steak with béarnaise sauce is perfect for French Cabernet Sauvignon, but the ribeye with gremolata (lemon zest, garlic and parsley) needs the higher acidity of an Italian red like Montepulciano or Chianti.”

 

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Ridgeview Wine Estate

Ridgeview Wine Estate

 

“There is no denying the quality of the wines here. I would sooner drink Ridgeview than many champagnes and I love the fact that this is a family owned and run business now in its second generation.”

 

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Denbies Wine Estate

Denbies Wine Estate

 

“Denbies is a very good example of a vineyard with its very own terroir. Its chalk soils, warm and dry climate enables Denbies to produce a range of wines of exceptional quality and style.”

 

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