Posts Tagged ‘Blossom Hill’

Penetrating the impenetrable – the wine trade versus the consumer.

Posted on: November 21st, 2013 by Andrew No Comments

Reading an article in the trade Bible Harpers today about the introspection of the wine trade and its inability to talk to modern consumers in a language they understand got me thinking. (more…)

Qawc’s corks – Roero Arneis

Posted on: July 25th, 2012 by Andrew No Comments

This is the inaugural tasting in what what I hope will become a regular feature on the blog which I will be asking you to contribute your tasting notes on wines you have tasted whether from Quantock Abbey or not. We will publish (suitably accredited) any tastings that we think will enliven this section, so please email me with your suggestions. ( The more esoteric the better but an opinion on Blossom Hill could also be welcome.)

Meanwhile as this is my blog I get first dibs so to speak and will continue to post this column regardless of third party input as I have tasted a lot of wines over the years and some of them are worth writing about. Finally, I realise that corks are becoming a bit of an anachronism but I use the term loosely to include any closure or indeed packaging type ( Wine in tetrapak anyone?) (more…)

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