A-Z of the Ellis Tasting...

A-Z Ellis Tasting

We are busy preparing for our Annual Tasting in February. Join us in the run up where each day we will bring you a snippet of what to expect at our tasting on the 5th & 6th of February. Be sure to rsvp if you would like to join us. For all the information click here

Come back and visit us each day to keep up to date, or follow the fun on Twitter and Instagram

 

A is for

A is for... Azabache, our Rioja producer with whom we have partnered for nearly twenty years. Meet the lovely Juan Velilla at our tasting.

B

B is for... Blind wine competition, always a popular part of our tasting. Take part in the foyer at Vintner's Hall.

C

C is for... Cava from @Mont_Marcal who has taken the decision to vintage their wonderful Extremarium Cava. Taste this new cuvee at our tasting...

D

D is for... David Bruce Wines - a stunning premium Chardonnay and two equally stunning premium Pinot Noirs from Russian River and Sonoma.

E

E is for English wines, both still and sparkling.  In these changing times, we should support our own growers and list their wines and fly the English flag.

F

F is for... Furmint with Chateau Pajzos being a superb example and can be found on the Ellis Wines Selection table.

G

G is for... Gamay, the principle grape varietal to be found in our selection from our new Beaujolais producers.

H

H is for… Hacienda el Ternero, another of our Rioja producers. ‘Ternero’ is Spanish for ‘calf’ which inspired their label design. Come and meet Julia at Vintners' Hall.

I

I is for... Italy. We have 10 producers attending our tasting from Italy. From sparkling to sweet, there is something for everyone.

J

J is for... JB Adam. J-B Adam is one of the oldest estates in Alsace, with 19 ha of organic vineyard in the Haut Rhin village of Ammerschwir.

K

K is for... Kaltern, our wonderful producer from Alto Adige. The 400 members of the co-operative manage a vineyard surface area totalling just 300 hectares high in the Alto Adige region of the Alps.