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  • 30th

    Dec

    Top Tipplings To See in the New Year

    Of course the drink most of us associate with celebrating the advent of the New Year is Champagne. Champagne has become the drink synonymous with celebrations through its  Royal  past and its later shrewd marketing in the twentieth century. Its not the cheapest of options but as we have been condition to think  -  'what the hell, its a celebrat…

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  • 17th

    Dec

    Any Old Port In a Retail Storm?

    Its a remarkable wine, but most of us, as tradition dictates, only drink port at Christmas time. Consequently many of us tend to be unfamiliar with the different selection available and so end up buying ‘any old port’ in the Christmas retail storm. So to avoid grabbing whatever comes to hand first, here’s a rough guide to help you make more o…

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  • 15th

    Dec

    The Gin Affair

    When I was a small child and my Grandma let me have my first sip of her gin and tonic on Christmas day; I have always had a slight obsession with that bitter, sweet elixir. Now being the age I am, I have finally gotten into my stride with my Gin drinks and favour a few niche gins, with their delectable taste and delicate aromas. The gin that I ca…

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  • 20th

    Nov

    Just Don't Mention The Ashes...

    Over the past 10 years the reputation of Australian wine has been going from strength to strength. The "sunshine in a glass" tag that was frequently used is being ousted in favour of new words such as elegant and refined... My favourite aspect of Australian wine making is their inability to stick to the "Rules". In fact they never bothered making a…

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  • 28th

    Oct

    Come With Me To The Darkside.

    Salads are out and warm hearty beef stew is in! Hurrah! I love our winter menu in this country. Proper hearty fayre to warm your cockles. With this comes real flavoursome beers. I think all beer can be enjoyed all year round but seasons add an little something extra to each beer. Beer has always been seasonal in fact Saison (Belgian farmhouse ale) …

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  • 28th

    Oct

    Top 9 Champagnes from Corks Out

    Everyone loves a good bottle of fizz, but it’s easy to fall into the trap of picking the wrong one. With the festive and partying season fast approaching, we thought we would give you the heads up on our top 9 bottles of bubbles.   The Laurent Perrier Rose Champagne The Laurent Perrier Rose Champagne is a head turner from the beginning. Its…

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  • 24th

    Oct

    Oh The Weather outside is ............weather.

    Yes, it's that time of year again. The days are getting shorter, the leaves are falling from the trees and a chill is setting. But as anyone who knows me knows, I am a very positive person. So let's flip the page and look at winter in a different light. The winter wardrobe can come out, that favourite jumper and scarf. No more throwing off the duve…

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  • 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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  • 29th

    Sep

    New vs Established

    The world of wine is one of huge diversity and is one of the most dynamic and exciting industries to be a part of. And that's before you've even put glass to nose, never mind lip and the potential adventure... (potential chaos after more than one bottle) that can ensue. With nearly every country in the world growing vines and using a plethora of gr…

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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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