One does not need to be an expert on art in all its forms to understand and accept that art influences and is a reflection of any society. In fact it seems to me that art is like a “storage… Read More ›
Wines of England: #4 A “very” English Revolution!
Our two sparkling wines drunk on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day were classic examples of the wine revolution currently taking place in England. Chapel Down, Sparkling Bacchus, made from the grape of that name, and Hush Heath, Balfour Brut Rose,… Read More ›
How to engage with fellow bloggers Part 2
My previous post about blog follower engagement focused on asking myself the same question several times over “why do I write a blog in the first place”, and I found an answer, of sorts! I also described a very special… Read More ›
How to engage with fellow bloggers? Part 1
Why Are You Following Our Blog was the title of an article I posted here over 2 years ago in which I traced how I had changed our blog focus over the years from being about our education aid work… Read More ›
Discover how to learn about wine “actively”
It’s Not About The Wine is now published, a personal memoir that will inspire you to make a personal journey of discovery about wine. Chapters on wine with travel give you examples of wine tasting and discovery from winemakers in… Read More ›
English Wine: Is England a Country?
My question relates to wine, not geopolitics, and is based on an “incident” with a wine app I use to “store” all of my wine collection and any tasting notes from wines drunk at home or in restaurants. I’ll leave… Read More ›
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