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Wine News

FINE WINES DIRECT UK APPOINT RETAIL OPERATIONS MANAGER
30/03/2015

We are pleased to annonce that we have appointed Chilean wine specialist, Gloria Vasquez to the position of Retail Operations Manager.


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WE TOAST BUSINESS SUCCESS WITH DOUBLED TURNOVER
30/03/2015

As an importer of Wines,  Fine Wines Direct UK distribute to restaurants and hotels throughout Wales and the UK and now we are toasting healthy business growth and gross turnover set to exceed £8.5 million by financial year end April 2015.

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Ten tips for investing in wine
17/08/2014

Take a look at this video as Nigel gives 10 valuable tips for investing in wine. 

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A brief history of chaptalisation
11/04/2014  

2013 was a difficult year in France for the production of wine. A cool summer and excessive rain meant that it was difficult for grapes to achieve maximum ripeness. Even in Bordeaux, many of the top châteaux...

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How important is alcohol in wine?
21/02/2014  

How important is strength in a wine? I ask this because yesterday, at lunch-time, I had a bottle of a petit château from Bordeaux which weighed in at 14º. Forty years or so ago I would have been surprised...

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A beginners guide to Sherry
16/12/2013  

I’m a sherry fan! There I’ve said it, I have ’outed’ myself in front of the British public! Too late to take it back and the thing is you should be a fan as well. ‘Why?’ I hear you cry! Read on and find out…

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Felton Road
05/11/2013  

John Saker book, Pinot Noir – the New Zealand Story, says, “it seems barely credible that Felton Road’s first Pinot Noir was a product of the 1997 vintage. It is not the only book to say this, but is just not true. I am the proud possessor of invoice no.1 for 25 cases of the 1995 vintage. How did this come about? 

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A brief view of the vintage
17/10/2013  

A brief holiday in the Loire Valley at the beginning of October, just happened to be at a time when the vintage was in full swing. Well, that is not quite the expression as off/on rain meant that it was a stop/go sort of harvest. 

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A Guide to Rioja
15/10/2013  

Located in Northern Spain, Rioja is the country’s most renowned wine region. With the mountains protecting it from heavy Atlantic rains and scorching continental heat, Rioja enjoys an ideal climate to produce exceptional red, white and rose wines.

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Diversity of French Wine
25/09/2013

There can be no other country in the world which has such strength in the market at all levels.

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