You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy rose, and that’s close enough.
Rose Wine is one of the biggest recent success stories and its popularity is showing no sign of slowing down, whether it’s popping a bottle of pink fizz in the summer or sipping on a glass as a aperitif, this style of wine is as trendy as ever. So what is Rose wine?Red grapes produce clear juice, so you can make any colour wine with them. It's the length of time that the juice is left to hang out with... read more
The PastIts not just European countries that are dominating the wine scene, with France, Italy, and Spain being the top three wine-producing countries, there is a new group of key players on the international wine scene. One of the rising stars that has left its mark in the trade is the scenic country of Chile.Chile is the 7th largest wine-producing and 5th largest wine-exporting country in the world. An extraordinary achievement if you consider there were only a hand full... read more
Pinot Grigio vs Pinot Gris What's the difference?
Over the years this has to be one of the most common questions we get asked at CAVAVIN, as one of the bestselling grape varieties in Britain lets go into detail on these very different styles in wine making and the results. Well they are both the same grape, but one is the French method and the other is the Italian method, with the rest of the world coping the styles from each of these two countries. The Italian Style: This style... read more