Hello again all. I thought that this time around I would look at wines to go with seafood, blessed as we are with some of the finest seafood to be found anywhere in the world.
Hello again all. As it starts to feel like summer again, I thought I would talk about rosé wines. Often misrepresented, a good dry rosé can be one of the most versatile and pleasurable glasses of wine available. Here I’ll talk generally about a few different styles and how they might fit in your establishments.
Hi again all… this month I thought I would talk about the fascinating subject of pricing.
SLTN's wine columnist, Luke Richardson, looks at some of the the dos and don'ts of serving wine.
Hello again! As we finally come out of the restrictions imposed upon our trade because of the dreaded virus, I thought it was a good time to talk about some sparkling wines – spring has sprung, summer is coming and hopefully we can get into a new normal with a celebratory glass of fizz.
Some simple descriptions beside the wines on your lists – no matter what size those lists may be – can help in a myriad of ways, writes Luke Richardson.
This time around I thought I would talk about various ways to organise wine lists so as to maximise both sales and your customers’ experiences – and, therefore, the perceived value that they gain on visiting your establishments.
Hello again all! This time around I thought I would talk about wines from Piedmont, in north western Italy – a region well-loved for being the home of the Nebbiolo grape variety.
Hello again! As mentioned last time, this month I’ll be looking at the southern Rhône Valley, and some more affordable wines on offer.
As we enter the more autumnal months, I thought I would look at some autumnal style wines this time around - specifically the Rhône Valley in the south east of France.