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“Rioja Royalty”

New in Stock: Award Winning Pujanza Wines! We are truly pleased to introduce these two, new, stunning wines! Both the Pujanza Cisma 2009 and the Pujanza Añadas Frías 2010 are from a single estate vineyard and are available to buy online and from our shop in Mollington, all the way from the beautiful Rioja region

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Salute! Wine Tasting Event 2014!

Bianca Trading held their very first blind wine tasting event of the summer,which took place last Friday August 1st. A combination of great wines, food and company – everything necessary for a successful evening! Despite the miserable British weather, spirits were high on this Friday evening as our 12 guests began to arrive.  Upon arrival

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“Wine is sunlight held together by water”- Ribera del Duero

One of the greater qualities of Spanish wine is all the different varieties available owed to the numerous Spanish wine regions, climates and types of grapes…Interestingly in Spain, wines are classified by their region and not by their grape. Spanish wines have a classification system based on the “Denominación de Origen” (DO) otherwise known as

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to read or not to read

Definitively looking forward to the 2015 edition of the International Wine Fair at Olympia, London!  Heads still buzzing from our trip last Monday, I have promised myself that next year it will not be a one day visit, but two or (YES, PLEASE) three full days exploring the impressive choice of wines that can be

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Vinitaly (again!) and Florence…

Juliusz and Nick are back from Verona and from Italy’s biggest Wine Event (can it really be one year since our penultimate Blog post?  we must be having fun! ).  This year they actually had a proper plan, with appointments made and a long list of producers that they were going to see, unlike other

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Spain, Cariñena, Fiestas and Vino

What did the Romans ever do for Spain?  Well, they widely exported and traded Spanish wine throughout the Roman Empire. They also founded Carae, today’s Cariñena, where they found that the local inhabitants of the village had been producing mead, and mixing it with wine, as early as the third century before Christ. <img class="alignleft

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