A blog from Jeroboams

Welcome to our blog where you can find out about what makes us tick. We are a chatty bunch with great industry knowledge, a thirst for eating, drinking and travelling, and who like to tell a story. Enjoy.


An Introduction To: Spain

An Introduction To: Spain

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We Brits love Spain. We love it so much that around 18 million of us visited the country in 2019, meaning we are the main country of origin for Spain’s tourism industry. So why do we love it so much? And, specifically, why do we love their wines so much? Maggie MacPherson tells us why.

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An Introduction To: Piedmont

An Introduction To: Piedmont

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Piedmont is possibly the most stunningly beautiful wine region in Europe and feels less ‘Italian’ than many regions further south. It also home to some of the most complex, terroir-driven wines outside of Burgundy. What makes it so special? Peter Mitchell MW takes a dive into this beautiful region.

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Item Block Test

Item Block Test

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To relive the festivities of that great night, below are a few snaps. For those of you who could not make it, we will be back with another one sooner rather than later. To see …

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An Introduction To: Sicily

An Introduction To: Sicily

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Sicily often feels little to do with mainland Italy but is one of the most fascinating places to visit in all of Europe and home to some incredible wines. From the coast to the mountains, a new generation of winemakers are putting this oft-forgotten piece of Italy back on the map.

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An Introduction To: Oregon

An Introduction To: Oregon

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America’s 33rd state, Oregon, was founded in 1859, and is best known for its wild west past, its quirky present-day traditions and its thriving food and drink culture, built around local wines. Maggie MacPherson introduces us to this wonderful region.

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An Introduction To: The Loire Valley

An Introduction To: The Loire Valley

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For most wine drinkers the Loire Valley starts and stops with the Sauvignon Blanc grown in the central vineyards around the small towns of Sancerre and Pouilly-sur-Loire, but this large region deserves far more recognition. What is so special about this region? Peter Mitchell MW tells all.

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