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A Turkish restaurant without Turkish wine? Sultans opened about three weeks ago in Lewes, after several months of “Coming Soon”. The banner had been hung over the entrance to the restaurant that was formerly Spice Merchants early this year, but for some reason Sultans...
Hope Gap has been the topic of books and films. From the beach you can see see the Seven Sisters stretching all the way from Cuckmere Haven to Beachy Head.
It's difficult for me to be objective about Austrian wines. I was born in Austria in the town of St Polten in Niederosterreich, and my grandfather Rudolf Sturzeis made barrels for the Austrian wine makers. I remember his workshop from when I was a child with the large...
Hungary is legendary for its Aszu and Eszencia wines, but its reputation for dry wines is growing
South Africa has a growing reputation for Sauvignon Blanc and premium red wines
There is more to New Zealand than the famous Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir of Marlborough
[wpgmza id="5"]The Rioja wine region is the best known wine region in Spain, and one of only two Denominacions with a DOCa designation. This stands for Denominacion de Origen Calificada, and is above the usual DO status. The region can be subdivided into three main...
Greece’s indigenous grapes have put it on the map for wines with a difference