Wine Regions of the World


By: Wine&Something, May 2023

The historical wine region of Burgundy in France is home to some of the most sought-after wine producers. Whether you are a Red Burgundy fan or a White Burgundy fan, there is something for everyone here. We delve a little deeper as to why wines from here are so famous and why they are a must-try for any wine lover.

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Beaujolais Day – 17 November

By: Wine&Something, November 2022

As the clock strikes 12:01am its time for the fireworks, music, and festivals to start. On every third Thursday of November, the Beaujolais region in France celebrates the release that current year’s vintage, just a mere few weeks after harvesting...

Exploring Abruzzo

By: Wine&Something, October 2022

Abruzzo is a lesser-known region in Southern Italy, it is home to a UNESCO World Heritage site and is described as “the green lung of Europe”. Read more to discover what wines lie in this beautiful area of the world…..

Old-World vs. New-World

By: Wine&Something, July 2022

The debate topic the world over. Which makes the best wine? Why are some countries new-world when they have been making wine longer than others in the old-world? Are wines from the new-world really equal to old-world in quality? Why are new-world wines so fruity compared to their old-world counterparts? Read on to hopefully spell these myths and a few more.......