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Tuesday, July 27, 2021
Luke Richardson

The Grapevine

Luke Richardson, a sommelier who has worked in a range of venues across the UK, discusses wine-based aperitifs
Luke Richardson

The Grapevine

Hello again all! I thought that this time around, seeing as we’re knocking on the door of summer, I would talk a little about rosé wines.
Luke Richardson

The Grapevine

HELLO again all! As we are now finally moving into a phased opening up period, I thought I would continue with some slightly more premium options that may entice your customers to spend a little more money, and hopefully make the long road to recovery a little shorter.

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Hello again all! Following on from my last column, I thought this time I would look at other ways to improve sales and cashflow for when we can all finally return to serving.

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Happy New Year to one and all, let us hope it gets better for our industry soon. I thought this month I would talk about some ways to help get some extra cash flow through your businesses when we can again serve a glass or two of wine to our customers, using trends in wine to your advantage.

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Seeing as we have entered the winter months in proper fashion now, I thought it would be good to talk about some full-bodied and heart-warming red wines that help to keep out the cold and keep up the defences

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As we’re starting to think about the oncoming festive season, I thought it would be a good idea to recommend some festive drinks that we can list to try and recoup some revenue during this celebratory season

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So, having covered the rest of Spain without much mention of Rioja before the lockdown, I thought I would dedicate this month’s column solely to the best known of the Spanish wines

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Hello again, and welcome to the “new normal” – although I have to admit it still seems fairly alien to me
luke-richardson

The Grapevine

Following on from a look at the white wines of Spain, this time around I’m going to tackle the reds – everything but Rioja which deserves a chapter all of its own