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IBTW exclusive case pic

We’ve launched our exclusive case of organic wine!

It is of our extreme pleasure to announce our first exclusive case of 6 organic wines that we sell ourselves. After being a blog, then a community site and now entering wine retail, it is a most organic progression for our business as well. Many thanks in advance to everyone who will support our new…

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Domain de Rancy 2011 Le Mourvedre Cotes Catalanes

Domaine de Rancy, Organic Mourvedre 2011, Cotes Catalanes

Arguably this is a long name, yet the label was very stylishly done, so it reads just Rancy, Mourvèdre at first and then on the back you get the full one: Domaine de Rancy, Organic Mourvedre 2011 from Cotes Catalanes It is where France meets Spain, yet it is already quite Spanish in its name –…

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Ayres De Escal 2008 Priorat

Ayers de Escal Priorat 2008

Ayers de Escal 2008 comes from one of my favourite Spanish regions of Priorat. I had been shopping in Clapham and decided to try Oddbins, whether they had something to match with my upcoming venison feast. So I bought this Priorat (there were just two different ones) for £12, which is quite cheap for good…

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Chateau Puygueraud 2010

What to buy or to avoid – February 2015

This time I turn to Waitrose Cellar to taste and explore their new wines. Again, as with Majestic last month I have selected a random batch of wines, which were marked as new, and here goes a review on what I have found out about them. 1. Domaine de l’Oranger, Cotes du Roussillon, 2013 The typical to…

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