Winemakers' Live Chat | Wine Tasting Case (19 & 26 August, 2 September)
£152.95 (inc VAT)
(Make sure to double-check below what winemakers & wines are in your case)
Join the Humble Grape team as we host a digital wine chat on Instagram Live with winemakers from around the world! We've lined-up a few of our Humble heroes, along with the wines we'll be tasting.
Drink the wines WITH the winemakers: We've built a case that represents two wines from each of the next three producers we'll be hosting for Winemakers' Live Chat these coming weeks. We'll deliver the case of 6 bottles to your door, all you have to do is pour your self a glass & bring your questions for the winemaker (maybe charge your phone?). We'll email you ahead of the chat to remind you want wines to have at the ready.
You save by buying this case!
The wine chat will be held on Instagram Live (@humblegrape), so you can enjoy it from the comfort of your home. Pull the corks & bring questions!
Who's Coming Up:
François (Chateau de La Liquière) Wednesday 19 August, 6:15 PM (BST)
Humble Wine Experts "Intro to Languedoc" Wednesday 26 August, 6:15 PM (BST)
Christian (Torre Bizensio) Wednesday 2 September, 6:15 PM (BST)
What's in the case:
About Cantina Ronca (Veneto, Italy)
The Ronca family have been caring for their vines on the gentle hills in the Sommacampagna area – just to the south of Lake Garda – since the 1970s. They capture the Lake Garda sun not just in their grapes, but also via solar panels for heating their water and producing electricity for the winery. They use no herbicides, insecticides or harvesting machines, and are currently in conversion to go completely organic.
About Chateau de La Liquière (Languedoc, France)
The Vidal family has been making wine here since the 1700s. Jean Vidal, the father of the present owner, Bernard Vidal, helped to create in the early 1950s, along with his brother Lucien and a third winemaker, the VDQS (Vin Délimité de Qualité Supérieure, or “Delimited Wine of Superior Quality” in English) that preceded the AOC Faugères Red wine appellation that was put in place in 1982 (white wines received an AOC in 2005).
About Torre Bienzio (Umbria, Italy)
Neena and Mike Rees purchased Torre Bisenzio Estate in 2003 when it was in a state of complete ruin. Having been repurposed for a multitude of uses since the 4th century from a church to a granary, it has been passionately restored to its original grandeur. (No easy feat!). Combining the best of local materials with modern design and technology, part of the rebuild included investment into farm buildings raising indigenous cows alongside the vineyards, olive groves, and in-house winery. Christian is leading the estate into a completely biodynamic future.
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