Swirl meets Clara Latham, General Manager of Della Vite.
Working with Seedlip, Clara created a whole new category of drink. It was called ‘the emperor’s new clothes’ – but today Seedlip is the king of the ever-growing distilled non-alcoholic…
If the customer is always right, why is the wine establishment so snobby about mainstream and less complex wines?
Guest writer Aleesha Hansel reflects.
In any field, the more we learn, the further removed we are from our humble beginnings…
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Are food and wine matching too European-centric? Guest writer Aleesha Hansel ponders why food and wine paring suggestions are so standardised – and what sorts of wines work best with the Jamaican-Caribbean food of her heritage.
The National Wine Agency of Georgia had hoped to host their usual (and hugely popular) trade and press trips to Georgia this Autumn, but given the ongoing disruption to international travel, regrettably, this is not possible.
UNESCO was in Baku, Azerbaijan, last week for a major assembly, and the much-anticipated announcements on the latest rare and singular corners of our world and culture to be awarded World Heritage status.
A quick read through the list of…
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