Vassiliades Ekfraseis Winery makes Cyprus Wine and is based in Chandria Village in Cyprus (Οινοποιείο Εκφράσεις Βασιλειάδ in Greek). At an altitude of 1230m we had an ear-popping day at the winery, visiting Christos Vassiliades and his tasting room, and walking through his vineyard and his vines. It was a… Read More »Vassiliades Ekfraseis Winery: Terroir and Tasting Cyprus Wine
Video Wine Marketing? On YouTube? You cannot be serious! That sounds really complicated and expensive, right? Wrong! Getting the marketing of wine right in the digital age can be very complicated! Traditional wine marketing relied on print and physical advertising. But since the year 2000 the world has gone through… Read More »Video Wine Marketing and how to Win at using YouTube
To find the correct wine for lamb, first we must consider how the lamb was cooked. In this case Greek kleftiko lamb shanks are slow cooked in the traditional kleftiko oven. In this video we find out: what is kleftiko, what is the meaning of kleftiko, and we discuss a… Read More »Lamb Kleftiko and Pairing Wine with Lamb
Have you ever found wine crystals in the bottle? Did you know they are also known as wine diamonds? Find out what wine crystals are and whether you should be worried about them! Also stick around for a top tip on how to succeed at serving your wine at a… Read More »Facts about Wine Crystals and Wine Diamonds
What kind of wine goes with pulled pork? Today we are comparing two special bottles of Rioja wine, a 2014 Sierra Cantabria and a 2012 Marqués de Cáceres Rioja Reserva. Annabelle investigates wine pairing with a pulled pork sandwich. And stick around until the end for a top tip on… Read More »Discover the Best Wine with Pulled Pork NOW!
Why does wine have sulphites? A great viewer question! WineScribble answers questions about sulphites in wine, wine sulphites allergies and side effects, and the big one: the wine sulfites headache. And stick around until the end to find out if white wines contains sulphites too! Video Transcript What on Earth… Read More »Wine Sulphites and the Infamous Red Wine Headache