Author Archives: carolinegilby

A Lot of Bottle

A look at some of the technical reasons behind the enduring reign of glass in the wine world.  For The Wine Society blog http://www.thewinesociety.com/wwn-thoughts-bottles?utm_source=list&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=latest_news_20170610&utm_content=cta_link5_b&LogValue=http://content.email.thewinesociety.com/?T6QnC8dgsuzGuuacM7QyDOgTYHkEpRatT&

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London Wine Fair Reminder

Links for registering for both of my masterclasses on Hungary at next week’s London wine fair. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/traveling-through-terroirs-ii-red-session-tickets-34621293220?aff=efbneb https://www.eventbrite.com/e/traveling-through-terroirs-i-white-session-tickets-34363451007

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Hungary at the London Wine Fair

Anyone who is coming to the LWF this year is invited to come and discover more about Hungarian wine.  I will be speaking at 12.30 on both Monday and Tuesday. there’s lots to discover for anyone looking for something different to … Continue reading

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And the winner is … not me

But still really chuffed to have made the final five out of 180 entries in the JancisRobinson.com wine writing competition.  And Jancis highlighted how popular my article on natural wines has been. See here to find out more: http://www.jancisrobinson.com/articles/and-the-wwc-winner-is

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Behind Blue Eyes and other tales from Prowein

  Some thoughts on Hungary’s masterclasses at Prowein here.  Nice to see full masterclasses and a real buzz around what hungry has to offer the wider wine world. http://winehungary.co.uk/hunpro/

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Origine by Diam launched across Europe

Closure company Diam Bouchage has launched a new more sustainable version of its technical corks.  Called Origine by Diam, it replaces the small amounts of synthetic micro-spheres and binders with natural ingredients, using rapeseed oil and beeswax.  The new closure … Continue reading

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Romanian at Prowein

More details here. Let’s meet at ProWein       Now that we know about each other, come take a sip of history at Premium Wines of Romania‘s stand at ProWein 2017. You can find us at Hall 15, Stand … Continue reading

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