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+44 01227 750385 The Coach House Kemsdale Road
Hernhill - Faversham, ME13 9JP
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Philip West, our Buying Director, is constantly searching the world for the best and most respected wineries. Initially focusing on South Africa, other wines from around the world will be sought out and added when available - and most will only be available in the UK from this site. Each month we feature a selection of Special Offers showcasing the wineries, grape varieties and notable wines from around the world. – Description from markomkc

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  • Hi everyone,Fairly new to wine (2yrs), I like cabs (do not like strongs tannes (sp?), syrahs (slightly sweet), chards (the buttery kind), nebbiolo's (new to this one), ports (not overly sweet), muscat (not overly sweet and like the sparkling ones).  I try (due to budget constraints) stay under $20.  Would appreciate any help I can get.  Currentl... Read More

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  • Almost first half of 2010 pasted by and its time to run some statistics, what did I drink so far this year:Mexico: 40 bottlesSpain: 28 bottlesArgentina: 12 bottlesChile: 11 bottlesItaly: 7 bottlesFrance: 5 bottlesGermany: 3 bottlesUSA: 3 bottlesPortugal: 2 bottlesThats what I drank at home so far this year and doesn't consider wines consumed at ... Read More

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  • So you're standing in an unfamiliar wine shop that sells wines that you are unfamiliar with--how do you go about choosing a wine? Do you look at the labels? Do you go by varietal or region? Do you search the shelves for a brand that you've heard of? Do you ask the sales clerk for a recommendation? How do YOU decide where to start your wine adven... Read More

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  • I'm new, i would like to know all i can about wine, where do i star??? Read More

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  • I can't believe people still compare Bordeaux to California Cabernet Sauvignon.  I know it's patriotic to like California Cabs better than those frog wines across the pond, but doesn't it make more sense to compare left bank versus right bank Bordeaux, or Napa Valley Cabs versus Sonoma Cabs.  Should we believe that when we open a Cabernet from A... Read More

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  • I went on a tour of Sokol Blosser which was given complimentary and by a tour guide who was so amazing and inspirational.  I saw a couple of lady bugs on the vine and by some cursed desire, I unfortunately googled lady bug + vineyards to see if they eat predator bugs.  I found numerous articles on lady bugs getting crushed into wine and tainting... Read More

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  • I'm curious: Do you order half bottles in restaurants, or ever purchase them for home consumption? I've started to notice them cropping up more frequently in my area (a wine bar just opened in my neighborhood that boasts a half-bottle option for nearly every wine on their list) -- and yet I always feel the urge to either order by the glass, or c... Read More

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  • Fellow wine lovers and educated wine "Snoothies"I understand the Sauternes is a location in France, they produce a fortified wine made from Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc grapes. I also understand that when you eliminate the "s" from the end of the word Sauternes you have Sauterne made here in the United States somewhere in the New York area.When ... Read More

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  • Would love to chat with new people about wines from different areas.  I'm from Virginia and our region is lately becoming very adept at producing great wine.  I live in the midst of a large cluster of vineyards and used to work at Sugarleaf (GREAT wine there)  and I really respect the process and hard work it takes to produce a great wine.  Love... Read More

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  • Hello Snoothers.I'm rather new to wine (less than a year of experience), and I noticed I have yet to try any italian wine. I'm looking toward trying a good Barolo (the tasting notes I've read on most Barolos seem to really appeal to me). Does anyone have any reccomendations for some producers to seek out in the $15 to $30 range that are decent? ... Read More

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