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A Breath of Tuscany

Sabatini Gin hails from an Italian family with two passions - Tuscany and good Gin! The family members responsible for creating Sabatini Gin are Filippo, his cousins Enrico and Niccolo and their father Ugo. The distillation takes place under the expert supervision of eigth generation master distiller Charles Maxwell of the renowned Maxwell family who own Thames Distillers in London where premium spirits have been produced for over 300 years.  

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Summer's in the air....

Admittedly, it doesn't take much to lift our spirits and start smiling wildly at strangers (or is that just me?!) but sunshine and a good bottle of Rose is match made in paradise.......Which is why we love Chateau d'Esclan's 'The Palm' so much - with its extravagantly eye-catching label and assuredly fine contents, this is a wine designed to put a smile on your face! Available to sample in our tasting machines now.

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Just Drink It!

We recently stumbled across this label made by David Cope and Simon Wibberley who don't own vineyards or a winery and yet they produce these winderfully unorthodox yet superbly drinkable wines. How's that then, you may ask? Well, David and Simon work with carefully selected farms across the Western Cape, many owned by friends, a relationship which is key to their wine's consistency and quality. The pair have as much hands-on involvement as possible, whether it be harvesting, sorting or shovelling grapes into a fermenter.

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Finishing Touches

How much fun are these! Delightful coloured baubles of Pickering's Gin make the perfect stocking filler or Christmas tree decoration for Gin-lovers. Fresh and citrussy, the recommended serve is with ice, tonic and a slice of pink grapefuit. Available to buy now in store individually or a box of 6: https://www.winetherapy.co.uk/shop/spirits-fortified/pickering-s-baubles/

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Different 'Dutch Courage'

 Any true Gin lover knows that it's origins come from Dutch Genever which evolved from maltwine-spirits (with whisky-like malt tones), and is a distinctly different drink from later styles of Gin. To the English 'Gin-palate', Genever can be something of an oddity - is it a malt or a Gin? Admittedly my own tastebuds were a touch confused the first time I tried it. Now, that's not to say that the Dutch can't make a darn fine 'Gin' as we recognise it - proof of that is sat staring at me in the form of By The Dutch Dry Gin.

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