What We're Drinking

Our faviourite wines of the moment. So good we are drinking them at home.

  • 22nd

    Oct

    New Drink - In & Wine JukeBox Bar At Corks Out Heswall

    The Wine Jukebox has finally landed in our Heswall store. After a long awaited arrival, the time has come to sit in and relax at our all new Wine Bar.   You can now Drink-In, with any beer, cider or one of our staff pick wines, and watch the world go by with blissful tunes and our award winning, flawless service. Enjoy with friends as a pre-d…

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  • 24th

    Sep

    I Hate Whisky!

    I hate whisky. I know this because I've been on whisky tasting courses, drunk whisky cocktails and even enjoyed a whisky bar crawl and although I can taste and appreciate the flavours, the smells and the textures as I imbibe it, it simply isn't for me. I'm a gin man! ...........Is what I used to say ... a lot... in fact to everyone who asked me abo…

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  • 23rd

    Sep

    Distillery of the Month

    Portabello Road Gin takes centre stage this month, thanks to founder Ged Feltham and long-term collaborator/cocktail hero Jake Burger. The gin itself actually only came about after the business partners decided their bar (the Portabello Star which you should definitely visit if you're ever in London) could make better use of the space upstairs. And…

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  • 19th

    Sep

    All time Classic Cocktails: The Old Fashioned.

    Sugar, Bitters, Orange Peel, Ice, Bourbon or Rye. The vast majority of the "classic cocktails" served around the world since the mid 19th century are made up of as few as 3 elements, such as: Classic Daiquiri: Rum, Lime, Sugar. Margarita: Tequaila, Triple Sec, Lime. The Old Fashioned cocktail is both a bartender's best friend - the perfect post shi…

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  • 17th

    Sep

    Quintessentially British: Cheshire Brewhouse Part 1

    At Corks Out, we are so pleased with our growing Beer range, we would like to introduce these Top Brews in more detail. You can now buy Beer Cases on our website at www.corksout.com. We will start with Cheshire Brewhouse, Corks Out Heswall's Brewery of the Month. Cheshire Brewhouse is a micro- brewery based in Congleton, Cheshire, home to high qua…

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  • 16th

    Sep

    Love Wines Of Chile..

    Felices Fiestas Patrias! Happy Independence Chile! September is Independence Month for Chile and what better way to celebrate than showcasing the tasty wines this country has to offer. Chile offers such a diverse and affordable range of wines so pop to your local Corks Out store to truly appreciate these wonderful wines. Our Chilean Wines From …

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  • 14th

    Sep

    Fox Gordon - Saviour of the universe!

    What a pleasure it is to badly paraphrase Flash Gordon! But please don't allow this to in any way belittle my new favourite Aussie winery for Fox Gordon have really impressed staff and customers alike since they arrived on our shelves a couple of months ago. The winery manages to marry style, substance, integrity and value for money, producing wine…

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  • 10th

    Sep

    Portobello Road, Portobello Road...

    You'll Find What You Want In The Portobello Road... Put your "bed-knobs and broomsticks" to one side and discover the smooth, refreshing taste of Portobello Road Gin, with Corks Out. Known as the noted gin of Notting Hill, the Portobello Road Gin is something totally unique. This Gin was designed and released by the award winning Portobello Sta…

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  • 6th

    Sep

    Six Get Whiskied in the Highlands - Part 2

    So after a restful nights sleep and with only a moderate fuzzy head, I went down for breakfast and enjoyed an excellent smoked mackerel that, even with a mild hangover, I thought would benefit from one of George Grant and Glenfarclas' fine whiskies. We loaded into the bus and were off to Glenfarclas. The first thing you see as you approach the dist…

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  • 4th

    Sep

    Where the Buffalo Roam

    Buffalo Trace has a history that pre-dates most Scottish distilleries. The lush, fertile area on the Kentucky river was already known for it’s moonshiners before in 1787 the Lee’s Town distillery set up shop on the present day site and started shipping whiskey to New Orleans. The site has hosted some of the legends of Bourbon including Harrison…

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