Winemakers' Live Chat | Wine Tasting Case (16, 23 & 30 September)
£161.98 (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:
Winelover's Chat with Humble Grape Wine Experts: Loire Valley Special Wednesday 16 September, 6:15 PM (BST)
Anton (Rainbow's End) Wednesday 23 September, 6:15 PM (BST) / 7:15 PM SAST
Diego (Pico Cuadro) Wednesday 30 September, 6:15 PM (BST) / 7:15 PM CEST
What's in the case:
Rainbow's End Mystical Corner, 2018, Stellenbosch, South Africa
Pico Cuadro Vendimia Seleccionada, 2017, Ribera del Duero DO, Spain
Pico Cuadro Wild, 2016, Ribera del Duero DO, Spain
About Rainbow's End (Stellenbosch, South Africa)
Its a family affair as Sly and the Family Stone famously sang. Set up by Jacques Malan and passed to his sons Anton and Francis, this is the familys pride and joy: the Family Reserve. Grapes are lovingly plucked from their oldest vines to make just ten barrels in only the finest of vintages. John Platter gave it 4.5 out of 5. Could there be a better wine to serve your family?
About Pico Cuadro (Ribera del Duero, Spain)
Founder and winemaker Felipe Castrillo Martin started making his wines in a temporary garage on his parent's front garden in 2005 in the village of Quintanilla de On̩simo, 30m from Pingus, Spain's most expensive wine. Despite only producing 8,800 bottles, his first vintage was met with huge critical acclaim. With help from Swedish and Spanish investors, he has managed to gather over 25 tiny plots of old vine Tempranillo and build a proper winery on his parent's front lawn.
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