I’ve always liked a good Vermouth. Either straight up or in a refreshing martini 🍸, a delicious Vermouth would always float my boat 🚣🏻 (I love this expression!). So when Mr. Pio, of Pio Cesare wines, announced that they are going to revive his great grandfather’s secret family recipe, I was stunned because I knew it … More Vermouth di Torino by Pio Cesare: a secret family recipe
Dreams need to be big. Otherwise, they’re just thoughts, aspirations or plans. When I first started studying wine, I thought that I would be making it, too, in the not too distant future. London’s plethora of fascinating wines and fast-paced lifestyle took over and my winemaking path is still under construction. Hence, I was so incredibly happy and … More Weingut Roterfaden, an exciting arrival from Germany!
Assyrtiko de Louros is made from more than 100-year old ungrafted, organically grown vines in the volcanic soils of Santorini. Haridimos Hatzidakis, a leading producer of the island, keeps pushing the Assyrtiko potential further and Louros is simply staggering. Deep gold in colour, with seductive oriental spices, dried apricot and peach notes and appetising flavours … More Assyrtiko de Louros 2012 – a unicorn wine from Santorini
My first attempt to shoot a video was not entirely successful!