Posted in September 2016

We’re joining the ‘Orange revolution’

We’re joining the ‘Orange revolution’

It seems like Orange wines have really hit a purple patch over the last year, traditionally made from white grape varieties left in a (usually) ceramic or cement vessel to ferment for anything from a few days to over a year, they are in a word ‘unique’. Usually whole bunches are used to benefit from the … Continue reading

Happy Grenache Day!

Happy Grenache Day!

Originally posted on The Slurp Blog:
We love Grenache here at Slurp, and what’s not to love? Grenache (aka Cannonau (Italy), Garnacha (Spain), Garnatxa (Spain) and Grenache Noir) is a wine style that tastes warm and fruity with loads of strawberry, spice and the occasional flavour of tobacco and orange peel all working together to…

Introducing: The Michelini Brothers

Introducing: The Michelini Brothers

The three Michelini brothers, Matias, Gerardo and Juan Pablo, are experimental winemakers spearheading an exciting revolution in Argentinean wine – they don’t play by the rule book, employ esoteric winemaking techniques, and create incredibly unique wines which simply must be tried! Their Gualtallary-located ‘SuperUco’ Winery (pictured above) is spectacular; resembling some sort of spacecraft, filled … Continue reading