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The World's Wine - National Wine Day

Updated: Mar 12

Did you know the earliest evidence of wine dates back to 6000 BC in Georgia? But some say that it dates back much further than that! The fermented drink is now consumed and enjoyed throughout the world including Verbier, Switzerland. Where is your favourite wine from? Here's some you might not have heard of and might like to try.

Vini Elisabetta Abrami, Franciacorta, Italy ©MDHarding

Blackbook Winery, London

Starting closer to home, have you heard of Blackbook Winery? Located under one of Battersea's historic brick arches. The dynamic family business produces urban wine with grapes collected within two hours of London! You can read more about Blackbook Winery here.

Blackbook Winery, London ©MDHarding

Bonzano Vini, Italy

Bonzano Vini, located in Casale Monferrato (UNESCO World Heritage Site) is a family project filled with heart, soul and inspiration from the local area. The concept dates back to 2011 and only two years ago coming to fruition with oenologist - Donato Lanati. Eight wines have been produced so far, with respect for tradition, eco-sustainability and courage to break new boundaries.

Enjoy one of the wine tasting experiences at la Mandoletta estate surrounded by 20 hectares of vineyards, surrounded by rolling hills that rise up from the nearby Po Valley, a countryside that is dotted with woods, villages and farmhouses.