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Château Cheval Blanc | Grand Designs | Tanglewood Wines

Château Cheval Blanc | Grand Designs | Tanglewood Wines
Throughout the ages, wine cellars have been hidden away underground in order to take advantage of the humidity and consistent temperatures. However, modern technology’s advancement means that the perfect conditions for wine storage can be replicated anywhere in the world, which has lead to an abundance of luxury wine cellars and storage facilities being built.

A Guide to Armenian Wine

A Guide to Armenian Wine

Armenia is a small country east of Turkey, at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, with a modest population of just under 3 million (as of 2017). The terrain of the country is mostly mountainous, with some flat areas of land and flowing rivers.

Islands Making Waves in the Wine World

Islands Making Waves in the Wine World
It seems that more and more locations across the world are either reigniting an old wine producing flame and incorporating traditional techniques into their wine-making, or are taking their first foray into the grape beverage market. 

Luxury Gifts for Wine Lovers

Luxury Gifts for Wine Lovers
If you have family and friends who really love wine, then you’re certainly in the right place, as we have picked out some of our favourite wine storage options and other wine-related gifts that are ideal for your loved ones this Christmas.

Christmas Gifts for Wine Lovers

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Make sure this Christmas is the best, and least stressful yet, by following our gift guide for wine lovers. We’ve got something here for all budgets so make sure you take a look.

Which Glassware is Right For Red Wine?

Which Glassware is Right For Red Wine?
The shape of your wine glass may have more of an impact on your wine’s aroma and taste than you may be aware. We take a look at what glassware you need for red wine.

What Is Orange Wine?

What Is Orange Wine?

With the wine world witnessing a growing trend of colourful wines, we take a look at the history of orange wine, and how it is made.

Vineyards to Visit in Wales

Vineyards to Visit in Wales

Whether on a journey of taste, or to simply witness the outstanding views of the Welsh countryside, vineyards in Wales are a must for any wine lover to explore. Here are a few that you can visit.

Why We Need to Stop Calling All Sparkling Wine ‘Champagne’

Why We Need to Stop Calling All Sparkling Wine ‘Champagne’

Some wine lovers are worried that using Champagne as an umbrella term for all sparkling wines is doing damage to the name. We take a look at why it is important to leave the word ‘Champagne’ for the real deal.

Cellared at Sea: Wines Found in Shipwrecks

Cellared at Sea: Wines Found in Shipwrecks

As one of the most well-travelled items in history, it is not surprising that some bottles of wine have been shipwrecked. Luckily, over the years, a few bottles have been recovered from the seabed, allowing expert sommeliers to get a taste of the sea-aged wines.

A Guide to Burgundy Wine

A Guide to Burgundy Wine

Burgundy, also known as Bourgogne, is one of the most important wine regions in the world. We take a look at the types of wine made in this region.

Brilliant Wine Accessories & Gadgets

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Enhance your wine storage and serving methods with the fantastic wine accessories and gadgets featured on our list.