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  • Wine recommendations for Spring

    By Liberty Wines on 01/04/2019 15:58:00

    Spring has officially sprung and what better way to mark the change of seasons than with a fresh look at your wine list? As we move away from the chilly winter months, many will be switching their warming reds for refreshing...

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  • Success at the WSET 2019 Annual Awards and Graduation evening

    By Verity Milns on 23/01/2019 09:58:00

    The annual Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) Awards and Graduation Ceremony was held at the City of London’s Guildhall on Monday night, which included the second winner of The Liberty Wines Prize and a number of...

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  • Liberty Wines: Investors in People accredited since 2011

    By Verity Milns on 01/11/2018 19:50:00

    At Liberty Wines, we have always recognised that our success is firmly grounded in our people. As such, we are delighted that following recent reassessment we have again achieved the Investors in People Standard, underlining the...

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  • Personal best: Six from Friuli

    By Patrizia Baldini on 01/09/2018 18:41:00

    Following a recent trip to Friuli, Patrizia Baldini, Senior Italian Brand Manager, discovered the wide variety of wine styles that this region has to offer. The unique soil and climate of this area are key factors in the making...

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  • Goriška Brda: The Slovenian region that is carving out its own identity

    By David Gleave on 28/08/2018 18:41:00

    David Gleave reports from his recent visit to Gašper...

    I first visited Collio, the hilly zone just outside the town of Gorizia, in the late 1980s. The...

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  • 2014 Barolo: "Few expected the wines to be so good"

    By David Gleave on 04/06/2018 11:52:00

    David Gleave MW shares his thoughts on the surprising 2014 vintage in Barolo...

    I was apprehensive when I arrived in...

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  • Mapping Marlborough subregions as a new way forward

    By Tori Eeles on 13/02/2018 12:13:00

    With over 20,000 hectares of vines, Marlborough is New Zealand's largest and most famous winemaking region. New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc has established itself as a unique and recognisable wine style among consumers, however,...

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