Easter is almost upon us, whether you’re religious or not, it’s a time for family, good food and with a little help from us…good wine. So, we’ve put together a simple guide to which wines to buy for all those popular Easter dishes. We’re talking Good Friday Fish, Easter Sunday Roast and of course the vitally important CHOCOLATE
This month, we focus on Italy. Each week we will be delving deep into the world of Italian wine and you can follow along on our Instagram or Facebook feeds. Through bitesize videos, quick buying guides and info-graphics, you are sure to gain fresh knowledge, uncover our pro tips and hopefully have a greater understanding of what you’re drinking, where it’s from and how good it should be.
With everyone doing an end-of-season inventory, I thought it would be a great time to give some pointers on which wines are going out of date, which wines are past their prime and which wines are so old that they’re only good for cleaning windows.
As an ex chief stew I completely understand how difficult it can be to provision the boat all over the world. And this is in a normal year! 2020 has presented even more challenges with purchasing and logistics. So I have put together a list of a few things to consider on the Interior side, not just wine and spirits, but other options and companies that will be able to assist in making your winter season a little smoother.