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Keeping up with TTG Wines

Introduction to TTG Wines


Find out more about TTG Wines from Emma Clough, the founder herself.

Why buy wine in Magnum bottles?


Celebrations provide the perfect excuse for buying wine in excessively large bottles, but let's face it, so do bbq’s, book clubs and dinners all year round because you always end up opening more than one bottle. In most cases magnums will set you back more than double the price of the 750ml as they cost more to bottle, ship and store than a regular bottle.  We always add a few cases of magnums to our shipments and here’s why…

Explore the wonderful wines of Italy with us - part 1


With grapes planted from North to South, East to West and with over 350 indigenous grape varieties from 20 different regions - each with their own styles and classifications, its no wonder we tend to get flustered when it comes to buying Italian wines! Follow along as we take you through some highlights of the North…..

(We’ll be back next week with some favourites from the Abruzzo region in Central Italy)

Explore the wonderful wines of Italy with us - part 2


Previously we brought you part 1 about the regions and wines of Italy.  This week we would like to share part 2 - covering Abruzzo in the centre.

Croydon Vineyards Covenant Cabernet Sauvignon takes top honours!


The eighth annual Cabernet Sauvignon Report in South Africa, sponsored by multinational financial services company Prescient is now out.
94 entries were received from 76 producers. The wines were tasted blind (labels out of sight) by the panel and scoring was done according to the 100-point quality scale.  Among the line up were some of South Africa’s finest premium Cabernets.  

Know more about Pecorino (the grape)


Italian Pecorino vineyards have shrunk drastically in favour of international grape varieties like Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. Traditional retail outlets outside of Italy find it hard to sell more unusual grapes like pecorino, so over time, indigenous vineyards get ripped out in favour of more “marketable” grapes instead.  It is precisely for this reason you must try Pecorino - because only a passionate winemaker with the independence to make wine they love and know is outstanding would stick to their guns!

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