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The new Wine Lovers Box is here!

Yes wine lovers, it’s that time again. This quarter’s Wine Lovers Subscription Box has landed. It’s the third out of four boxes we send out per year, and true to our nature, it’s a not so little box of happiness to help you get through lockdown and social distancing funk..

This box takes you to the rolling hills of the Veneto wine region in north-east of Italy to bring you two aromatic wines from winemakers Stefano Chioccioli and Mattia Giacomelli, who ferment their wine in temperature controlled tanks in order for the wine to develop its typical fruity aromas.

Sneak Peek:

Best Selling Pinots – Amori Delle Venezie!

Amori Pinot Grigio Blush 2018: A single estate Pinot Grigio Blush, delicate pink in colour with a lovely delicate strawberry fruit flavours, soft and medium dry.

Composition: 100% Pinot Grigio
Pairing: Ideal as an aperitif with breadsticks and olives

Amori Pinot Grigio 2018: A delicate pinot with floral character together with aromas of pears, limes and green apples. It’s dry, crisp and well balanced on the palate with refreshing citrus flavours and zesty acidity with a subtle honeyed note on the finish.

Composition: 100% Pinot Grigio
Pairing: Enjoy chilled on its own or together with fish dishes.

Your Treat!

Delicious Greek olives and Italian breadsticks that pair beautifully with the Amori Pinot Grigio in your box.

This quarter’s Wine Box is available till 15th October. Grab a box today and save £15 with Code: WINELOVE15

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8 words that’ll make you a wine expert instantly. - The 8 words that’ll make you a wine expert instantly.

Becoming a wine expert takes time, ask sommeliers, it’s no joke. You have to read, study, and practice wine service as well as identify wines by tasting them blindly.

But if you’ve been drinking wine for years and know you can do all of the above while holding your own against the so-called wine experts with professional training; then all you need are these commonly used wine phrases that’ll instantly have you talking like the wine expert you are.


Legs are the rivulets that run down the side of a wine glass after the wine has been swirled around. The more legs you see, the more full-bodied and alcoholic the wine is.


A tight wine is a wine without much flavour, meaning, it needs to unwind and develop further.


This refers to wine that is kept air-tight during fermentation. The lack of oxygen often creates a sulphurous smell in the wine.


When a wine is oxidized, it means it’s stale and flat due to overexposure to air.


This is the characteristic smell of a matured wine. Bouquet takes a long time to develop, which is why mature wines have complex bouquets.


This is a French term for an entire region and climate where a grape is grown. It also sometimes refers to known flavours of a grape’s region.


This is the naturally occurring compounds found in the skins, stems and pips of grapes. Tannins also act as a natural preservative to help the wine age and develop.


This is the weight and fullness of a wine on your palate. Wine can be light, medium, or full-bodied. Full-bodied wines tend to be high in alcohol.

So there you have it, you probably knew all these characteristics of wine but wasn’t describing them with these terms; simply arm yourself with these words when talking about wine and voila, you’re a wine expert in the eyes of the ‘professionals.’

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