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Having sold ‘rather a lot’ of the wines produced by Bodegas Luis Cañas, including a few from their new winery Bodegas Amaren, I was invited to visit both wineries and taste some new wines …

Critics. What do they know? This might sound somewhat hypocritical as we’ll be the first to let you know when one of our wines gets an award or is scored highly. But, when it’s one …

When I tried this wine all I knew about it was that it was a Sicilian Nero d’Avola produced using the apassimento method, a process of drying the grapes in the sun prior to pressing, …

2018 was a busy year for Museum Wines. Our family got a little larger when we took the decision to hire Corey, who’d been working as a Sommelier at Chewton Glen, which allowed Dan to spend …

Roses are red, they’re also very expensive this time of year. Thankfully we’ve handpicked four of our favourite sparkling rosés to offer at 20% less than usual, already very agreeable price, from now until …

There’s a new shop in town! You haven’t heard? Well, don’t feel bad, we’ve only opened in December. Museum Wines – Cranborne is the latest addition to the Museum Wines stable, which is suitable …

We’ve just returned from a week in South Africa and one thing is certain, the wines they’re making are incredibly exciting. We’ve visited every year since 2016 and the leaps forward in quality in …

It’s been said that Cinsault is the best cultivar at expressing Terroir and owner/winemaker Alex Milner first discovered it during a harvest in Provence, despite it once being South Africa’s most widely planted varietal. …