5 reasons why we're crazy about Indian Wine

“India is emerging as one of the fastest growing and most exciting new wine regions in the world. Western world citizens are often transformed be their ‘Indian experience’. Some find spirituality. Some find yoga. Some find Karmasutra. Hundred of thousands have now discovered Indian wine.” – Soul Tree Wines [title text=”1. Not the norm” style=”bold”] […]


Earlier this month I ventured to the South of France to try my hand at wine tasting in one of the world’s renowned wine regions… Chateauneuf-du-Pape. Chateauneuf-du-Pape is one of the largest and, undoubtedly, the most beloved appellation in Southern France. With an impressive ‘3,200 hectares of vineyards and over 80 growers’ I was rather excited […]

International Sauvignon Blanc Day

Sauvignon Blanc, a great wine with an even greater reputation! This Sunday the Liquid Indulgence office will be raising a glass to celebrate International Sauvignon Blanc Day and here’s why… Sauvignon is an extremely popular wine varietal that is enjoyed by many across the UK. For years winemakers across the world have been making crisp, […]

Chile, a viticultural paradise

Chile is famously known as the ‘viticultural paradise’ of the world. With it’s near perfect geographical and climatic conditions it’s not hard to see why. There is a large amount of foreign investment in the Chilean wineries and vineyard. This has seen their export sales grow dramatically due to the improved quality of their wines. […]

Launch of new Salena Estates range

We are extremely excited to announce the launch of our latest range of top quality wines exclusive to the Liquid Indulgence group. Salena Estate has been awarded 20 trophies, 100 Gold medals and over 500 silver and bronze medals for their wine.  With a focus on sustainable viticulture and winemaking, Salena estate is Australian Certified […]

Thirty grapes in thirty days: Nebbiolo

Today is the last grape so we thought we would pick one of the greats! Nebbiolo is one of the originals and has it’s own unique palate. The Italian red grape is rarely seen outside the region of Piedmont and is the grape we all have to thank for the stunning reds, Barolo and Barbarseco! […]

Thirty grapes in thirty days: Albariño

The second to last grape is upon us! Albariño is a white grape grown in the Northwest of Spain. It is also grown in the Vinho Verde region in Portugal and is known as Alvarinho. The white varietal is a very distinguished grape in Spain and is a popular grape in both blended whites and single […]

Thirty grapes in thirty days: Grenache

Grenache (also known as Garnacha) is one of the most widely planted red grape varieties in the world. Both Old World and New World vineyards are avid fans of the grape . To prove its popularity World Grenache Day is celerbated every year on September 3rd. Its origins are unknown but experts reckon the grape […]

Thirty grapes in thirty days: Verdejo

Verdejo is the great white of Rueda, Spain. A grape that was once lost to ignorance until 15 years ago but now is Rueda’s greatest white varietal. Verdejo is prone to premature oxidation which means that the wine oxidises and becomes undrinkable. However the good people of Rueda have found ways to overcome this obstacle […]

Thirty grapes in thirty days: Glera

Glera is a grape that not many will be aware of but that most of us will definitely be enjoying over the festive season! This is because Glera is used to make Prosecco. Sound familiar? It should do as in May this year it was announced that there could be a global shortage of Prosecco […]