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  1. Passionate about Passito

    Passionate about Passito “Passito” is the name used to describe wines made from the appassimento method; the practice of making wine from partially shrivelled grapes which are allowed to either raisin on the vine or become dried out using various methods. This winemaking technique dates back over 3000 years and was common-place in ancient Mediterranean wine-growing Read more...
  2. Viña VIK – A Chilean Winery Putting the “Whole” into “Holistic”

    Viña VIK – A Chilean Winery Putting the “Whole” into “Holistic” Tremendous changes are taking place in the Chilean wine industry.  The long held perception of Chile has been that it is a source of consistent, competitively priced wines at the value end of the spectrum.  Chile hasn’t automatically sprung to mind as a producer of some of the world’s finest wines.  That is until now.  A new Read more...
  3. Schloss Johannisberg: Celebrating 300 years of Riesling during 31 Days of German Riesling

    Schloss Johannisberg: Celebrating 300 years of Riesling during 31 Days of German Riesling Happy 300th 'Riesling' Birthday! For the last 300 years Schloss Johannisberg has been a leading producer of sensational Riesling wines. One of the first estates in Germany to convert to single-varietal viticulture in 1720 and then pioneering (by accident) the infamous late harvest (Spätlese) style of Riesling, Schloss Johannisberg occupies a Read more...
  4. Brampton Wines – Roxton Black added to the Stellenbosch brand’s flagship series

    Brampton Wines – Roxton Black added to the Stellenbosch brand’s  flagship series A bull walks into a wine shop.   Bold, handsome, and flexing its muscles, the newly released Roxton Black is the latest addition to the Stellenbosch brand’s Flagship “Roxton” series.   Roxton, like his predecessor Brampton, was a pedigree bull that was imported from the UK before the Second World War to bolster our herd here in Read more...
  5. In the pink: the rosé revolution

    In the pink: the rosé revolution Slurp MD Hugh Taylor talks to Muddy Stiletto's - THE URBAN GUIDE TO THE COUNTRYSIDE discussing the all things rosé, including his top picks of the Best rosé wines for the Summer. Forget the ‘lady petrol’ cliches, here’s your potted guide to drinking the best rosé in your garden this summer, courtesy of Hugh from Muddy’s favourite Read more...
  6. Slurp x Novikov: Wine and Food Pairing Collaboration

    Slurp x Novikov: Wine and Food Pairing Collaboration As the lockdown eases we want to celebrate the fact that some of our favourite restaurants in the UK are beginning to open. The wine and food pairing has been done by the intrepid Peter Horton via the Instagram page @catererchronicles. Peter has many years of wine buying and restaurant experience and is well placed to match these excellent Read more...
  7. What makes a wine vegetarian or vegan?

    What makes a wine vegetarian or vegan? You’d be forgiven for assuming that all wines are at least vegetarian. The reason why many wines are not is to do with the ‘fining agents’ used in the clarification process of wine. When new wines are produced they are cloudy due to naturally occurring proteins, yeast and other molecules. To eliminate these molecules and clarify the wine, Read more...

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