Apulia, or Puglia in Italian, is a unique kaliedoscope of vivid colours which paint the palatte of its places, its food and its wine. From the bright, turquoise sea contrasted by luminous, white limestone buildings to the deep purple grape bunches in the vineyards, it is certainly a visually stunning region. What effect might these colours have on our other senses?
The Amalfi Coast in a glass, a simple and refreshing wine from Casa D’Ambra on the island of Ischia, where heroic viticulture is part of the local heritage.
Elena Walch’s exquisite Chardonnay and femininity in wine
Spontaneity in a glass in a Alsace Riesling that’s vibrant, racy and alive. Rich, golden colour, luminous and dense, aromas … More
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This is an experiment in writing tasting notes. The first is the way I have been writing them for this … More
The Primitivo di Manduria from Bruno Vespa, famous Italian TV journalist
Tropical, lively and clean. Translucent straw yellow colour, intense, fresh aromas of tropical fruit such as banana, passion fruit and … More
A vigorous, bold and rich wine with lush aromas and impactful flavours. Compact garnet colour, complex aromas with a depth … More
Musky maturity and decadent overtones in a wine that’s sultry, soft and smooth. Compact ruby colour with garnet reflections, somewhat … More