Aromatised wines (aromatized in American English) are based on wine fortified with spirit and flavoured with herbs, spices, fruit or other natural flavourings.
Bourgogne Aligoté is an Appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC) white wine produced from the Aligoté grape variety in the France’s Burgundy region.
As the name (which incidentally is pronounced 'barolo kee-NOT-oh') suggests, Barolo Chinato is an aromatised wine is based on Barolo wine, the famous red
Floc de Gascogne is a fortified aperitif wine from France's Gascony region, an inland area between Bordeaux and Toulouse, stretching to the Pyrenees famous
Available in both red and white styles, Pineau des Charentes is a fortified wine from the Charentes (Cognac) region of France, with its own appellation
Sometimes described as a rice wine, sometimes as a rice beer, sake shares qualities of both. It is fermented from specially developed rice and water by
Vermouth is a fortified wine, part of the 'aromatised' wine family, flavoured with aromatic herbs and spices. It is distinguished from other aromatised
If you missed The Art of Shim by Dinah Sanders now would be a good time to invest, because vermouth, amaro, sherry and port have cemented themselves as
Red wine is made from dark (red or black) grape varieties and can range in colour from intense violet, typical of young wines, through to brick red for
Sparkling wine can be red, white or rose, be any alcoholic strength (up to the mid-teens), have any degree of sweetness and any amount of fizziness. The
White wine is produced through the fermentation of the pulp of grapes and as grapes are naturally chemically balanced to ferment without requiring additional
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