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Growing wine in the desert: Q&A with Alejandro Galaz of Ventisquero

23 Sep 2014 | By Anne Krebiehl MW

Challenging stereotypes was on the agenda of Alejandro Galaz this week. As one of Viña Ventisquero’s winemakers he is part of Ventisquero’s latest project in the Atacama Desert: Tara Wines. 

Scotland's Forth Wines will be at SITT Autumn

What to expect at SITT Autumn: Forth Wines

23 Sep 2014 | By Richard Siddle

Scottish distributor, Forth Wines, explains what visitors can expect on its stand at SITT Autumn taking place at the Royal Horticutural Halls in London on September 24.

Danilo Zilli, head Sommelier at Noviko

Danilo Zilli, head sommellier at Novikov, talks about how he fell in love with wine

22 Sep 2014

Danilo Zilli, talks to Harpers.co.uk about the how he fell in love with wine.  Like any relationship, it has its up and downs, but being head sommellier at Novikov offers Zilli a great perk- the opportunity to taste some amazing wines.

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What to expect at SITT Autumn: Richard Dudley Craig, Dudley Craig Wines

19 Sep 2014

Here Richard Dudley Craig explains what Dudley Craig Wines will have on show at the SITT Autumn tasting on September 24 at the Royal Horticultural Halls in London.

Steven Gerrard

What to expect at SITT Autumn: Steven Gerrard, Barwell & Jones

19 Sep 2014

In a first of a series of interviews with suppliers exhibiting at next week’s London SITT tasting for independent merchants and the on-trade we ask Barwell & Jones managing director, Steven Gerrard, what visitors can expect on their stand.

Champagne

Francoise Peretti of the UK’s Champagne Bureau on the region’s 2014 harvest Subscription

17 Sep 2014

Peretti tells Harpers.co.uk this year’s Champagne harvest is “textbook” so far, with high quality grapes that could lead to a vintage year.

Jackson Estate's Matt Patterson-Green

Jackson Estate's Matt Patterson-Green showcases his Kiwi wines at Chiltern Firehouse

17 Sep 2014 | By Douglas Blyde

“I believe Marlborough will be known for producing the best Pinot Noir over time,” declares Matt Patterson Green, winemaker of Jackson Estate. In his glass is one expression, Vintage Widow 2012, named, he says, “after women who lose their men to the vineyards…”

Casa Silva

Views of the Beautiful South: Mario Pablo Silva, Casa Silva

17 Sep 2014 | By Richard Siddle

Here Mario Pablo Silva , managing director of Chilean wine producer Casa Silva, gives his impressions and hopes for the UK market on the back of last weeek’s Wines of the Beautiful South tasting.

Roberto Echeverria's views on UK market

Views from Beautiful South: Roberto Echeverria, Echeverria Family Wines, Chile

16 Sep 2014 | By Richard Siddle

Here is the latest producer from last week’s Wines of the Beautiful South tasting who is happy to share his thoughts on the UK market and the opportunties for their wines.

Finca Flinchman is committed to the UK

Views from Beautiful South: Ricardo Rabelo, Finca Flinchman

15 Sep 2014 | By Richard Siddle

Following this week’s Wines of the Beautiful South tasting in London Harpers caught up with key figures from across the Chilean, Argentinian and South African wine industries to assess their thoughts on the UK wine market for their wines.    

Americo Hernandez of Vina Ventisquero

Views from the Beautiful South: Americo Hernandez, Vina Ventisquero

15 Sep 2014 | By Richard Siddle

Following this week’s Wines of the Beautiful South tasting in London Harpers caught up with key figures from across the Chilean, Argentinian and South African wine industries to assess their thoughts on the UK wine market for their wines.    

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