Go large or go home

Whoever said ‘Good things come in small packages’ obviously hasn’t tasting wine poured from a magnum. I mean, come on? Who doesn’t love the theatre and tiniest element of showing off that comes with large format wine bottles. There is something quite decadent about a big bottle sat on the table when there’s a gang

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The scores on the doors

Upon opening the latest edition of Decanter wine magazine and I was delighted to find a few of our wines featuring in their awards section. There I was, sat at the kitchen island, ready to tuck into my steak and mushrooms accompanied by a glass of the delicious La Capilla Vendimia Seleccionada. When I found

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Wake up and smell the rosé

A few weeks ago we embarked on a brief – but perfectly formed – visit to the winery, La Commanderie de Peyrassol. Members of our team were joined by some customers interested in increasing their knowledge and understanding of the burgeoning Provence rosé rollercoaster that we all seem to be enjoying the ride on. It

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My new favourite thing

A while back we got a range of wines new to me from the Ribera del Duero region in Spain and I was intrigued. And as you all know I rather like trying to find my new favourite thing. The wines in question are from Finca La Capilla and can be found in the picturesque

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Drink less, but drink better

Are You Doing Dry January? I suppose I should address the elephant in the room when working for a wine company – the relatively recent development of ‘Dry January’. As long as there is a sun in the sky some people will feel awful about themselves after Christmas overindulgence. When a water biscuit is topped

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