Our next tasting will focus on the wines of Château Musar, Lebanon’s leading estate; Hosted by Elliott O’Mara of Chateau Musar U.K.
Located 15 miles north of Beirut the story of Château Musar is one of determination in the face of adversity, consistently producing top quality wines in all but two vintages of its 89 year history.
Thursday 30th August - 6:30 p.m. onwards
Come and join us for our next tasting: A bed of rosés - Exploding the myth of the pink stuff. It's all sweet and sickly right? Wrong! We'll be exploring a range of sophisticated styles from around the wine making world and discovering their subtle nuances.
This event will be taking place at our dedicated tasting room on 242 Penarth Road, Cardiff. Tickets are £10 per person.There are only 25 places available - so book today to avoid disappointment!
Richard and Joy Morris’s venture into winemaking began in April 2006 with their first plantation of vines.
Situation on the outskirts of Monmouth in Wales, the estate currently comprises of two vineyard sites, The Folly View and Newton Court Farm. Both sites benefit from south facing, well-draining limestone soils and long hours of sunshine – and relatively low rainfall!
The vineyards are certified Organic and follow Biodynamic practices.
You’d be forgiven for thinking Marques de Caceres has been around since, well forever. This however is not the case and is very much a relative newcomer to the Rioja wine region.
Marques de Caceres was founded in 1970 by Henrique Forner, who had recently returned from living in Bordeaux, where his family had moved during the Spanish Civil War.
Patagonia is a region familiar to many a Welsh person through the determinations of Professor Michael D. Jones. A Welsh nationalist who advocated a "little Wales beyond Wales". Today there are estimated to be between 1500 and 5000 Patagonian Welsh speakers in the Chubut Valley.