The Wine Tasting Co will be at the North Somerset Wedding Show that is being held at Puxton Park on Thursday 16th September 6.30 -9.00pm. Pop along say hello try some wine, we look forward to seeing you there. http://www.northsomersetweddingshow.co.uk/
One sunny Sunday my partner Matthew and I went out for a drive to Watchet and Dunster both very pretty places and I would highly recommend a visit. On our drive just outside Bridgwater heading south towards Cannington we saw a small white wooden sign advertising a vineyard. We decided to pop in on our […]
“Gentleman, in the little moment that remains to us between the crisis and the catastrophe, we may as well drink a glass of Champagne” Paul Claudel (1868-1955)
It is often thought that the smelling of the wine is the most important aspect of assessing the wine To ensure you get the best out of your wine swirl it around the glass to allow the aromas and character of the wine to open up. What your looking for are faults such as cork […]
Cork is not thick enough to be removed from the tree until it is 25yrs old!
“What is the definition of a good wine? It should start and end in a smile” – William Sokolin
So why look at a wine before tasting? Your looking for faults in the wine, checking it is clear and not cloudy. Fill the glass a third of the way, tilt the glass at 45 degree angle so that you can see the surface of the wine from the centre body all the way to […]
Oenophobia – A fear of Wine. Thankfully, one I don’t suffer from.
I have a few friends that get together and taste wine as and when we can meet. Last night we tasted a few Rieslings from old and new world. Old being the European countries and new being countries such as New Zealand, America and Australia. I love the Riesling grape and I have to say […]
I decanted the Barolo to allow it time to breath for most of the day. It was a gorgeous brick red with a real pungent meaty nose with so much going on, black fruits liquorice sweet clove and rose. It was well balanced with juicy acidity and ripe firm tannins… It needs food.