Weekend wine tours in the UK: three ideas

Weekend wine tours in the UK: three ideas

It is summer and, although the weather is not always the best, a great way to relax if you are a wine lover can be a staycation dedicated to your passion. In the past we talked about wine holidays abroad, today we deal with the topic of weekend wine tours in the UK....
Are headaches and tannins linked?

Are headaches and tannins linked?

Too often we hear that wine headaches – especially from red one – are caused by the presence of sulphites; however, as we explained in our previous article on natural wines and hangover, this is not the truth. Or rather, sulphites can harm the health of...
How is rosé wine made?

How is rosé wine made?

A few articles ago we reported the news of the creation of Prosecco Rosé: a new wine, recently recognized also by the Italian Wine Committee of the Italian Ministry of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies, that from next January we will have the opportunity to...
Are grapes good for diabetics?

Are grapes good for diabetics?

Grapes are a much-loved fruit, not only because wine is produced from it but also for its many qualities and its sweetness. However, as we have seen in our previous article “Are grapes bad for you?” it’s its sweetness that puts it at the centre of...
A glimpse on the new rosé Prosecco wine

A glimpse on the new rosé Prosecco wine

Good news for all the bubbles lovers out there, as soon the new rosé Prosecco will be on the market. This good news has been rumoured since last year and now it is a reality, which adds to last year’s important inclusion of the Prosecco hills in the UNESCO...