Southern France is home to some of the world’s most classic and iconic wines across so many styles. We were excited to explore Provence, Chateauneuf du Pape, and some of the nearby regions with some fantastic winemakers whose own wines have taken great inspiration from some of these producers.
Austria is one of the most exciting wine producing countries, and we are constantly amazed by the diverse wines finding their way into the market.
We were really fortunate to have a couple of our favourite winemakers from USA join us during a recent visit to London.
While everyone is familiar with the profound wines of Barolo and Tuscany, it seems not nearly enough attention or credit is given to the country’s best white wines. So, for our first Italian episode, we decided to focus on the Great White Wines of Italy.
From the vineyards to the tasting room, thank you all for a terrific 2017!
Getting into the festive spirit, we gathered a few wine lovers to play “Secret Santa” and exchange some vinous gifts. Of course, we wanted to put a BYO Podcast twist on the tradition with a little blind tasting challenge.
Episode 4 of “Bring Your Own”. Today’s session takes a look at Pinot Noir and some of its most famous expressions in Champagne and Burgundy. We’ve gathered a group of wine lovers to share bottles from their own cellars and to chat about what makes the grape so interesting, and the wines so memorable.
Episode 3 of “Bring Your Own”. Today’s session is all about the wines from South Africa.
Episode 2 of “Bring Your Own”. Today’s session is all about the wines from the Jura region of France. We’ve gathered a group of fanatical Jura lovers to share bottles from their own cellars and to chat about what makes the regions wines and people so unique and captivating.
A short film about Sybille Kuntz, organic and bio-dynamic Riesling producer in the Mosel region of Germany.