Good day wine lovers. With the winter nights drawing in, perhaps you are drawn towards a drop of red of an evening. So here is a another little video of Paul with the guys at the Prince of Wales in Moseley. This time talking about one of our wines, the delicious, drinkable and affordable Calusari Pinot Noir from Romania...

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Been a week since I shared with you all a VT.

So, to satisfy your viewing needs, here is the head of the Paul Roberts Wine Empire (name clue, his initials are PR), chatting about this delicious wine from Stellenbosch in South Africa's Western Cape. It is an award winner and Fairtarde to boot! For recipe ideas check back to my earlier BLOG ENTRY . Otherwise you can view the product page HERE. Happy viewing.

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Last week was a personal experience of ecstasy and agony. OK, I am perhaps being overly dramatic but it enables me to tell you about another of our delicious Rioja.

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Take a look at the latest video of Paul talking about our wine range. This time the wine in question is Paparuda Sauvignon Blanc from Romania. This is an absolutely delicious wine and very affordable. Well worth trying for all the Sauvignon lovers out there.

Buy it HERE or pair it with the Paparuda Pinot Noir HERE.

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We hope you are enjoying the videos of Paul talking about our wine range.

So to keep you busy, here is another one. This time Paul discusses a lovely Sicilian Wine, Ca Di Ponti Grillo.

You can view the product page HERE. Otherwise, happy viewing...

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Take a look at this handy little VT of our grand fromage, Paul Roberts, talking about this lovely Pinot Grigio.

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Rioja De Alto Amo is our lowest priced Rioja and is fantastic value and tastes great. See Paul wax lyrical in this video with The Prince of Wales Moseley. You can buy this delicious wine by clicking HERE.

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My good pal Sam came good again and dropped round another big bag of goodies from his seemingly endless giant allotment harvest. Marrows, squash, aubergine, onions, apples, tomatoes, beetroot and many cauliflower. So basically I have been existing on cauliflower cheese these last few days. Anyway, you know the drill. Allotment gifts = wine. Sadly for Sam, I was clean out of Rioja but thought I would give him something he hadn't tried before.....

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My good running pal Sam recently dropped round a bulging bag of goodies from his flourishing allotment. This wasn't any old bag, it was a giant sack, filled to the brim with marrows, rhubarb, onions, potatoes, cauliflower and numerous other British homegrown favourites. No additives, pesticides or preservatives. I was doing him a favour apparently, there were loads more that he was dropping off to his social network. Regardless, I know Sam is partial to a glass of Rioja or two. So I handed him a nice bottle of Artesa Rioja Crianza 2010 from the cellar as a little thank you....

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Can wine be organic? Well the answer is a resounding yes. Organic wines are made from grapes grown without pesticides, fungicides, herbicides or artificial fertilisers. So much like the organic vegetables you can pick up in the supermarket or a farmers market, the grapes aren't coated with something synthetic to protect them from all the bugs and insects that may blight a vineyard.

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