Pinot Noir, Burgundy

Last week I wrote about Chateauneuf-du-Pape in the Loire region. This week I find myself further North in Burgundy to talk about Pinot Noir. [title text=”Not just a favourite in France” style=”bold”] The Pinot Noir is a thin-skinned red grape from Burgundy, France. This can be another pesky grape to grow but if you harvest […]

'Vodka Tonic' fish & chips

A new catch on the Friday night classic, complete with Vodka Tonic! At the Liquid Indulgence office we love to try something new so we thought would do some experimenting and have a go at adding our own flair of Vodka Tonic to the nations favourite… Fish and Chips. [title text=”What you’ll need” link=”” link_text=””] […]

Wedding Season

With the official first day of summer just over a month away we can start to celebrate the arrival of the wedding season! And what better way to start the season than with a glass of award winning champers! Champagne is sold all over the world and it is not secret that us Brits consume […]

Thirty grapes in thirty days: Chardonnay

Chardonnay is our grape for Day 3. Contrary to what many people might think Chardonnay can have a wide range of flavours and doesn’t have to be oaked. The varietal is believed to have originated from Lebanon but perhaps one of the most famous regions for Chardonnay is Chablis, Burgundy. Did you also know that […]