An Organic Greek Vineyard – Mykonos Vioma

If you are travelling to Mykonos over the summer and looking for an authentic Greek experience, then an afternoon at organic Greek  vineyard Mykonos Vioma is an absolute must. Mykonos Vioma is a small organic wine farm in the middle of Mykonos which...

Wine Tasting Event Tips

Theme Your Wine Tasting Event Whether you are organising it amongst friends or are running a corporate or paid wine tasting event, you should select an event theme. Examples of theme's for your event could be focused on a country, region, method...

The Best English Vineyards

The UK wine scene is becoming increasingly popular and every year Brit's are drinking more and more English wine. In 2018 that figure reached 168M bottles. Courtesy of global warming, the UK has seen an increase in average temperatures, resulting in a...

The Best Wine For Pasta

What is the best wine to pair with a fresh pasta dish? Whether you have hand-made your pasta at home or are out for dinner in your favourite Italian restaurant, there are definitely some specific regions or styles of wine which you...

How to make a Cheese Board

When you have a nice bottle of Savage Vines wine to open, you should consider making a cheese board to compliment your wine. Whether you’re entertaining your friends or treating yourself at the end of the week, a cheese board can transform...

Top 3 Urban Wineries

Urban Wineries in London Whether you are visiting or just looking for something different to do on the weekend then why don't you head down to an Urban Winery.  Below are three Urban Wineries in London who all serve up a smile,...

How to roast a christmas turkey

Turkey is ye old favourite around Christmas time. These beastly birds are often stuffed with all sorts of goodies and when cooked in the oven properly are just down right tasty. Being a white meat, turkey  pairs well with both white and...

How to make mulled wine

Mulled Wine  It's December and you're starting to feel the cold in your bones. Every bar, restaurant or market you set foot in there seems to be a slight scent of cinnamon in the air....Mulled Wine you say? It's no wonder why that...

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