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A Taste of Italy: Sparkling Wine

Italian sparkling wine has become synonymous with Prosecco in recent years but, with sparkling wine made in most Italian regions, did you know that there are several other delicious options to sample?

Date: 12th April 2021 | Author: Min Yee Tseu

Taste Explorations: Dry German Riesling

When you think of German Riesling you may automatically think of Alan Partridge ordering half a bottle of Blue Nun or you may think about the copious amounts of Black Tower you would guzzle because it was sweet and didn't really taste like wine. *For disclosure, I am too young to remember guzzling Black Tower, in my day it was all about Cactus Jack Apple Schnapps... urgh*

Date: 30th March 2021 | Author: Aljoscha Wright

German Food and Wine Pairings

Certified sommelier Matthew Whitaker gives us his top tips for pairing traditional German cuisine with Riesling and Pinot Noir.

Date: 5th March 2021 | Author: Becka Leigh

Pairing German Riesling with Food

Read our tips for pairing German Riesling with food

Date: 18th February 2021 | Author: Becka Leigh

Review: Rose Rosado A Lockdown Staple

The Food team at the OxStu magazine try Viñas del Vero Colección Pinot Noir Rosado

Date: 9th February 2021 | Author: Becka Leigh

Pairing Wines and Pancakes on Pancake Day

Pairing Wines and Pancakes on Pancake Day

Date: 8th February 2021 | Author: Tom Brady

Nobody Does It Like Juliet(Te) – Wine Review

The Food team at the OxStu magazine try the Juliette Sauvignon Blanc from the Old Road Wine Company.

Date: 22nd December 2020 | Author: Becka Leigh

Review: La Crochette 2018

Sam Riley from the Oxford University Wine Society reviews this delicious Macon-Villages.

Date: 22nd December 2020 | Author: Becka Leigh

Rathfinny Harvest Diary: Food for Thought

When we visited Rathfinny in the summer, we were struck by the attention to detail Mark and Sarah Driver, Cameron and the whole team pay at each step of the growing process. Our latest visit, this time during harvest in late October, showed us the fruits of that passion as the growing cycle comes full circle.

Date: 29th October 2020 | Author: Becka Leigh

The Life of an MW Student - Three

I pick up my story having submitted my application form to the Institute of Masters of Wine. So, was I in yet? Not quite. There are a few more things to do before becoming an official MW student. A respected member of the wine trade has to write a lovely reference about you (thanks Ted). And then, there are the entrance exams.

Date: 29th August 2020 | Author: Emily Silva

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