Australia’s greatest value Tempranillo & a graffiti-labelled Prosecco are two of the stars this week.

Australia’s greatest value Tempranillo and a graffiti-labelled Prosecco are two of the stars this week.  The pizza recipes mentioned are featured in Weekend Magazine.NV Prosecco, Romeo & Juliet, Pasqua, Treviso, Italy (£12.99, reduced to £9.99 each in a mix six deal, Majestic).  The wine in this bottle is as exciting and edgy as the label,…

2015 Gusbourne, Pinot Noir, Boot Hill Vineyard, Kent, England

I tasted this wine back in early May and have waited patiently for over two months for its release.  This column is the global scoop for this wine, too, because while I pen this in the first week of July, it has still yet to be delivered to Berry’s cellars and its maker, fizz specialists Gusbourne, has yet to list it on their website!  By the date…

The Amorist - July 2017

Wine labels have the power to make or break a relationship, whether it’s with a partner or indeed, more tragically, with the bottle itself.  A great label can work its magic on the drinker and some can even engender deep-rooted feelings of love or wanton desire.  An irreverent Aussie wine company called Some Young Punks created a suite of labels…