Wine Expert Guide

If you’ve ever found yourself struggling to find the right bottle of wine, been unsure which wine to serve with that fancy new recipe or perhaps just found yourself staring at row after row of wine bottles before going to a dinner party then you’ve found the right place. If you’re not sure of the difference between a rioja and a barolo, or perhaps can’t tell the difference between a cheap red wine and a dark full bodied vintage then look no further.

Not everyone is a Wine connoisseur and so the Wine Experts Guide exists as a consultation guide for the rest of us. It serves through our experts reviews, red and white, sweet and dry wines, old world and new world wines, giving you the vocabulary to describe them, their appropriate pairings, recommended recipes and even a beginners guide to making wine, so all you need to do is enjoy them.

Latest Reviews

Las Moras Linda Mora Malbec 2013 Las Moras Linda Mora Malbec 2013 wine review

This Malbec displays a beautiful and intense violet colour with bright blue hues. Fresh and fruity, it possesses a ripe red fruit character and a touch of vanilla

X & Y Shiraz 2010 X & Y Shiraz 2010 Wine review

X & Y Shiraz is bold. It’s inviting. It’s brilliant deep red hughes have an elegant bouquet of lifted spice and cherry notes

Hardys Stamp Shiraz Cabernet Hardys Stamp wine review

A medium-bodied wine rich in mulberry, cherry and plum flavours with subtle spiced oak characters and a juicy finish

Latest Articles

Morgan Stanley and the Wine Drought that Never Was Wine Production Shortfall

The internet has been awash with claims that 2013 will see a shortfall of Wine driving up prices, the reality was bad data and expert manipulation at the hands of Morgan Stanley

Wine Tasting with Human Cheese! Cheese and Wine anyone?

A Wine Tasting with a difference, Dublin Science Gallery offers an evening of wine and human cheeses to promote awareness and discussion about synthetic biology. Personally we’re not convinced!

Wine that’s Cool for Cats Wine for Cats

Only in Japan could such a product come to market, I think. Well either way they’ve done it, the company who brought us beer for dogs now has wine for cats, unfortunately they don’t seem to be particularly interested!

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