Last week was an epic week as we ran our first-ever Wine List Live Tasting. This is going to become a regular monthly feature now. If you missed it, you can go back and watch on our YouTube.
While it might seem obvious to some, for others we ask the question – why would you want to learn about wine? Josh Lachkovic explores his wine learning journey and the impact it had.
When I went full time on Wine List, it was just weeks before lockdown. Plans for regular team outings to vineyards soon got scuppered as lockdown took hold. Last week, our team paid its first two vineyard visits of the year.
On Friday night at eight PM. A group of us sat down to dinner at Bermondsey's Cafe Amisha. Cafe Amisha is old-school Italian cooking, with an atmosphere that transports you to a modern-day Italian holiday.
It was an absolute delight to have my first meal out in a restaurant since lockdown this week. Myself and two colleagues visited Forza Wine to sample our way through most of their menu and taste a couple of their wines.
July shipments have been landing on doorsteps for the last few days. These are the first two wines we've imported ourselves so it's a particularly special time for us. Last October, we were visiting the Dordogne tasting our way through rich truffle dishes and a lot of local wine.
The Bordeaux Wine Council introduced a new category system last week in a trial. To simplify Bordeaux wine for a new audience, it's testing out four categories: fresh & crisp, smooth and fruity, rich & complex, and ethical.
Bordeaux Wine Council has created a new four-part classification system: fresh & crisp, smooth & fruity, rich & complex, and ethical. We can't work out why the separation of ethical from the other list.
This week it's English Wine Week, we opened three great bottles recently, along with supermarket classics. And in Taste our top 5 wine myths debunked.
Celebrating over 100 weeks of Josh's Wine List: with a restarted purpose, plus the usual mix of supermarket celebrations, plus a primer on chardonnay.