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DAILY WINE TIPS with Bradley Mitton
Understanding Wine . The Basics
A Collection of Interesting Wine Notes and Recipes
www.mittonwines.com/book

What is wine?
An alcoholic drink made from fermented grape juice.
It is important to understand wine as a simple, daily part of life. The best way to get past all of the intimidation concerning wine knowledge is to use easy to understand terms and look at wine as a form of fruit juice fermentation. Our wine-producing partners are all farmers, they grow great fruit, they pick or harvest the fruit at the optimum time (in the Southern hemisphere March and April) and then the fruit (grapes) is pressed.
The juice then goes through one or sometimes two ferments where in the first fermant the winemakers add yeast, the yeast eats up all the sugar and produces alcohol and carbon dioxide. the carbon dioxide is released (in Champagne it is kept in as part of wine) and then you have fermented alcoholic grape juice. Some wines go through a second malolactic ferment; this changes the malic (tart) acids into Lactic (buttery, creamy) acids that are soft and rich on the palate.
Different grape styles, climates and winemakers have an affect on the final outcome of a finished wine and we'll look at these three important things in a simple way.

Different Grape Styles
There are hundreds of grape styles, we'll look at a few as you can have white wine made from Chardonnay grapes or white wine made from Sauvignon Blanc grapes but why do they taste different? Well, like apples and oranges taste different so do the Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc grapes. As Chardonnay ripens on the vine, it changes through fruit characters of green appple, white peach, nectarine, ripe peach and honey melon, finally when over-ripe the character is simply tropical fruit. Sauvignon Blanc has characters of green vegetables, bell peppers, gooseberry and asparagus but also leads to tropical fruit when over-ripe.

The key for the winemaker is to pick the grapes at the right time to have sufficient sugar and acid in the grapes so to provide a balanced character on the palate. If you like juicy peaches, you'd normally be a warm climate Chardonnay fan, if you like fresher, lighter and crisp characters on your palate, then you'd probably prefer a cool climate Sauvignon Blanc.

However, there are different characters that you have to understand that derive from the various wine growing climates. Why is Sicilian Chardonnay much deeper in colour and richer than Chardonnay from the cool climates of Burgundy in France? Over-ripe white wines all taste basically the same and this is not a great way of producing elegant wines. Fresh, crisper more elegant white wines come from cool climate regions.

Different Climates
Chardonnays from different climates as with Shiraz and grapes like Pinot Noir have different characters depending upon the climate they are grown in. Let's take it back again to farming, imagine an apple from a local market in Northern France or Germany (cool climate) and an apple from a market in Sicily or the south of Spain (warm climate). There would be great differences in the size, colour and flavour of the apples.

The cooler climate apple would be crisp, green fresh, acidic almost refreshing and lively with some malic acids that give your palate that zesty feeling. The apple from the warmer climate would be richer in colour, more fruity and sweet and with more developed characters that the sun and the warmth has given the fruit. This is exactly the same with grapes.

The warmer the climate, the more character the wine has, generally. The cooler the climate, the more fresh and elegant the wine.

The Winemaker
What do our winemakers do with the wines that change the characters. Well, they can ferment in oak barrels, which is one excellent way of giving wines a smoky, toasty character as the barrels are normally toasted inside by burning a little fire inside them so the wine picks up smokey characters from the wood. The bacterial ferment that goes off in a barrel is normally malolactic so you pick-up creamy, buttery characters and the oak itself gives nutty, vanilla pod flavours and aromas. So there is a big difference between a normal cold-vat ferment in a stainless tank that holds in all of the lemon/lime characters and a malolactic ferment in barrel that richens up the wine. That's the big difference between and unoaked Chardonnay (Chablis style) and an oaked Chardonnay (Montrachet style).

Winemakers can do other things like low-crop and unirrigate and this has affects on the concentration and quality of the wines. Unirrigated (dry grown) vines are stressed out and have to work to develop their fruits, often showing excellent terroir characters as they dig deep to find minerals and water deposits, the fruit is often smaller and more concentrated. This is not a cost-effective method of production but offers excellent fruit. Irrigated vines are lazy, they produce lots of juicy, boring crop, this is the bulk wine-making side of the business and is cost effective as the grapes grow easily but are often over-ripe and tropical charactered, often bland (supermarket wines).

Tannins and the Difference Between White Wine and Red Wine? What is the difference?
Basically the grape skins. White wines generally don't have the skins added into the ferment. All red grapes have white flesh and produce white juice, the skins are added to give three things.

1. Depth of character with flavours that come from the skins.
2. Colour depending upon how long the skins are in contact with the juice and depending upon the grape varietals. Pinot Noir is light in colour pigment, Shiraz, depends upon the climate and Cabernet is ruby red.
3. Tannins are the third item, the drying agent that makes your cheeks suck in when you drink red wine.

Tannins break down proteins in red meat, and they dry out your palate. Different grapes and different terroirs offer different tannins and this can be measured on the pallet. Soft tannins are normally found in Pinot Noirs, spicy sweet tannins in Shiraz and dry tannins in Cabernets.

Wines available online . Free UK / EU Delivery
www.mittonwines.com/offers

DAILY WINE TIPS with Bradley Mitton <br /> Understanding Wine . The Basics <br /> A Collection of Interesting Wine Notes and Recipes <br /> www.mittonwines.com/book <br /> <br /> What is wine? <br /> An alcoholic drink made from fermented grape juice.<br /> It is important to understand wine as a simple, daily part of life. The best way to get past all of the intimidation concerning wine knowledge is to use easy to understand terms and look at wine as a form of fruit juice fermentation. Our wine-producing partners are all farmers, they grow great fruit, they pick or harvest the fruit at the optimum time (in the Southern hemisphere March and April) and then the fruit (grapes) is pressed.<br /> The juice then goes through one or sometimes two ferments where in the first fermant the winemakers add yeast, the yeast eats up all the sugar and produces alcohol and carbon dioxide. the carbon dioxide is released (in Champagne it is kept in as part of wine) and then you have fermented alcoholic grape juice. Some wines go through a second malolactic ferment; this changes the malic (tart) acids into Lactic (buttery, creamy) acids that are soft and rich on the palate.<br /> Different grape styles, climates and winemakers have an affect on the final outcome of a finished wine and we'll look at these three important things in a simple way.<br /> <br /> Different Grape Styles <br /> There are hundreds of grape styles, we'll look at a few as you can have white wine made from Chardonnay grapes or white wine made from Sauvignon Blanc grapes but why do they taste different? Well, like apples and oranges taste different so do the Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc grapes. As Chardonnay ripens on the vine, it changes through fruit characters of green appple, white peach, nectarine, ripe peach and honey melon, finally when over-ripe the character is simply tropical fruit. Sauvignon Blanc has characters of green vegetables, bell peppers, gooseberry and asparagus but also leads to tropical fruit when over-ripe. <br /> <br /> The key for the winemaker is to pick the grapes at the right time to have sufficient sugar and acid in the grapes so to provide a balanced character on the palate. If you like juicy peaches, you'd normally be a warm climate Chardonnay fan, if you like fresher, lighter and crisp characters on your palate, then you'd probably prefer a cool climate Sauvignon Blanc. <br /> <br /> However, there are different characters that you have to understand that derive from the various wine growing climates. Why is Sicilian Chardonnay much deeper in colour and richer than Chardonnay from the cool climates of Burgundy in France? Over-ripe white wines all taste basically the same and this is not a great way of producing elegant wines. Fresh, crisper more elegant white wines come from cool climate regions.  <br /> <br /> Different Climates<br /> Chardonnays from different climates as with Shiraz and grapes like Pinot Noir have different characters depending upon the climate they are grown in. Let's take it back again to farming, imagine an apple from a local market in Northern France or Germany (cool climate) and an apple from a market in Sicily or the south of Spain (warm climate). There would be great differences in the size, colour and flavour of the apples.  <br /> <br /> The cooler climate apple would be crisp, green fresh, acidic almost refreshing and lively with some malic acids that give your palate that zesty feeling. The apple from the warmer climate would be richer in colour, more fruity and sweet and with more developed characters that the sun and the warmth has given the fruit. This is exactly the same with grapes. <br /> <br /> The warmer the climate, the more character the wine has, generally. The cooler the climate, the more fresh and elegant the wine. <br /> <br /> The Winemaker <br /> What do our winemakers do with the wines that change the characters. Well, they can ferment in oak barrels, which is one excellent way of giving wines a smoky, toasty character as the barrels are normally toasted inside by burning a little fire inside them so the wine picks up smokey characters from the wood. The bacterial ferment that goes off in a barrel is normally malolactic so you pick-up creamy, buttery characters and the oak itself gives nutty, vanilla pod flavours and aromas. So there is a big difference between a normal cold-vat ferment in a stainless tank that holds in all of the lemon/lime characters and a malolactic ferment in barrel that richens up the wine. That's the big difference between and unoaked Chardonnay (Chablis style) and an oaked Chardonnay (Montrachet style).<br /> <br /> Winemakers can do other things like low-crop and unirrigate and this has affects on the concentration and quality of the wines. Unirrigated (dry grown) vines are stressed out and have to work to develop their fruits, often showing excellent terroir characters as they dig deep to find minerals and water deposits, the fruit is often smaller and more concentrated. This is not a cost-effective method of production but offers excellent fruit. Irrigated vines are lazy, they produce lots of juicy, boring crop, this is the bulk wine-making side of the business and is cost effective as the grapes grow easily but are often over-ripe and tropical charactered, often bland (supermarket wines).<br /> <br /> Tannins and the Difference Between White Wine and Red Wine? What is the difference? <br /> Basically the grape skins. White wines generally don't have the skins added into the ferment. All red grapes have white flesh and produce white juice, the skins are added to give three things.<br /> <br /> 1. Depth of character with flavours that come from the skins.<br /> 2. Colour depending upon how long the skins are in contact with the juice and depending upon the grape varietals. Pinot Noir is light in colour pigment, Shiraz, depends upon the climate and Cabernet is ruby red.<br /> 3. Tannins are the third item, the drying agent that makes your cheeks suck in when you drink red wine.<br /> <br /> Tannins break down proteins in red meat, and they dry out your palate. Different grapes and different terroirs offer different tannins and this can be measured on the pallet. Soft tannins are normally found in Pinot Noirs, spicy sweet tannins in Shiraz and dry tannins in Cabernets.<br /> <br /> Wines available online . Free UK / EU Delivery <br /> www.mittonwines.com/offers

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Main Course Recipe
Salmon Escalopes Poached in Chardonnay
Around The World with Bradley Mitton

Ingredients (Serves 2)
300 gms Salmon filet
25 mls olive oil, pure
1⁄2 cup white wine
1 tbsp. dijon mustard
1 teasp. horseradish sauce 1⁄2 cup double cream
10 gms fresh parsley
10 gms fresh dill

Method
In a sautee pan, add the olive oil and gently heat, add the salmon filet and sear on all sides. Quickly, once the salmon is seared, add the white wine and a little salt with fresh black pepper.

Cover the pan and leave on low heat for five to eight minutes. Keep checking the fish and turn every minute.
Once the filet is cooked until pink inside, take out the fish and let it rest on a warm plate. In the pan, add the cream, dijon mustard, horseradish sauce and the fresh herbs, heat until reduced to thick sauce.

Place the filet with seasonal vegetables onto a warm plate and top with sauce.

Wine Pairing
“I mostly cook with wine and then put some in the dish”
Drink what you don’t use for the poaching..

Recipe book available online:
https://www.amazon.com/Around-World-Bradley-Mitton-Pairing/dp/151936444X

Wines available online:
www.mittonwines.com/offers

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South American White / Red Selection
12 bottle case (Chilean Sauvignon Blanc and Argentinean Malbec)
€108 with free DHL EU and UK Delivery http://www.mittonwines.com/wine-selection/sa-mix

An excellent mixed case of premium wines from Chile and Argentina. Six bottles Las Montes 2019 Sauvignon Blanc (Central Valley, Chile) and six bottles Rewen Estate 2018 Malbec (Mendoza, Argentina). €9 per bottle includes free EU and UK delivery.

Las Mondes 2019 Sauvignon Blanc (Central Valley, Chile) An aromatic and easy-drinking white wine with fragrant citrus aromas; excellent with seafood, light vegetarian dishes or on its own.

Rewen Estate 2018 Malbec (Mendoza, Argentina) Aromas of blackberry, plums and a touch of raspberry combined with vanilla notes from the oak. Opulent and round with soft, balanced tannins and a smooth, lingering finish.

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Appetiser Recipe
Thai Sesame Chicken in Lettuce Cup
Around The World with Bradley Mitton
A favourite dish at The Wine Press (Manila 1999)

Ingredients (Serves 2)
30 ml sesame oil (roasted)
200 gms chicken breast , cleaned and diced small
20 gms shallots, diced small
20 gms celery, diced small
20 gms carrot, sliced small
20 gms pistachio kernels , chopped in half
30 gms water-chestnuts
10 gms thai bird chilis, chopped
10 gms fresh basil, chopped
10 gms fresh coriander leaves, chopped
10 gms fresh mint leaves, chopped
10 ml kikkoman soy sauce
Salt and pepper for seasoning
1 whole iceberg (or other crisp) lettuce
1 Fresh Lime
Method
High heat a wok or good non-stick frying pan and add sesame oil, let the oil quickly heat up and add the chicken breast, sear the diced pieces of breast until some of them are turning brown, probably three to four minutes.

Then add the shallots, celery, pistachios, chilis, and the herbs, quickly fry on high heat for three to four minutes and then add in the soy sauce, high heat for another one minute then season lightly and serve. The lettuce should be cleaned and each leaf carefully removed.

The chicken should then be served in the lettuce leaves, with fresh lime (spring onion optional) squeezed over the top and then rolled up before eating. Judge the amount of chilli yourself for future reference. Suggest serving with white rice.

Wine Pairing
This is a real Sauvignon Blanc lovers dish, aromatic, herbaceous, full of character and piquant. I’d suggest a Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc or a Sancerre; Rose could also go if it is a dry style.

Try our Woodlands Selection Rose with this from South East Australia, dry, light fruits, fits very well with the freshness of this dish.

Recipe book available online:
https://www.amazon.com/Around-World-Bradley-Mitton-Pairing/dp/151936444X

Wines available online:
www.mittonwines.com/offers

Appetiser Recipe<br /> Thai Sesame Chicken in Lettuce Cup<br /> Around The World with Bradley Mitton <br /> A favourite dish at The Wine Press (Manila 1999)<br /> <br /> Ingredients (Serves 2)<br /> 30 ml sesame oil (roasted)<br /> 200 gms chicken breast , cleaned and diced small<br /> 20 gms shallots, diced small<br /> 20 gms celery, diced small<br /> 20 gms carrot, sliced small<br /> 20 gms pistachio kernels , chopped in half<br /> 30 gms water-chestnuts<br /> 10 gms thai bird chilis, chopped<br /> 10 gms fresh basil, chopped<br /> 10 gms fresh coriander leaves, chopped<br /> 10 gms fresh mint leaves, chopped<br /> 10 ml kikkoman soy sauce<br /> Salt and pepper for seasoning<br /> 1 whole iceberg (or other crisp) lettuce<br /> 1 Fresh Lime<br /> Method<br /> High heat a wok or good non-stick frying pan and add sesame oil, let the oil quickly heat up and add the chicken breast, sear the diced pieces of breast until some of them are turning brown, probably three to four minutes.<br /> <br /> Then add the shallots, celery, pistachios, chilis, and the herbs, quickly fry on high heat for three to four minutes and then add in the soy sauce, high heat for another one minute then season lightly and serve. The lettuce should be cleaned and each leaf carefully removed.<br /> <br /> The chicken should then be served in the lettuce leaves, with fresh lime (spring onion optional) squeezed over the top and then rolled up before eating. Judge the amount of chilli yourself for future reference. Suggest serving with white rice.<br /> <br /> Wine Pairing<br /> This is a real Sauvignon Blanc lovers dish, aromatic, herbaceous, full of character and piquant. I’d suggest a Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc or a Sancerre; Rose could also go if it is a dry style.<br /> <br /> Try our Woodlands Selection Rose with this from South East Australia, dry, light fruits, fits very well with the freshness of this dish.<br /> <br /> Recipe book available online:<br /> https://www.amazon.com/Around-World-Bradley-Mitton-Pairing/dp/151936444X<br /> <br /> Wines available online:<br /> www.mittonwines.com/offers

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Starting later today, we will be re-sharing a daily recipe with wine-pairing suggestion from Around the World with Bradley Mitton . Wine Pairing Recipes. Images are from the Monaco Launch - November 2017.

"The variety of cuisines, cultures and professionals that I have worked with extended me a fantastic opportunity to build an interesting and diverse collection of recipes.“

In 2017, Europe’s preeminent culinary and gourmet wine expert Bradley Mitton released his first culinary cook-book with an array of international recipes and wine pairing tips resulting from his years working in top-flight gastronomy.

Available online:
https://www.amazon.com/Around-World-Bradley-Mitton-Pairing/dp/151936444X

Starting later today, we will be re-sharing a daily recipe with wine-pairing suggestion from Around the World with Bradley Mitton . Wine Pairing Recipes. Images are from the Monaco Launch - November 2017.<br /> <br /> "The variety of cuisines, cultures and professionals that I have worked with extended me a fantastic opportunity to build an interesting and diverse collection of recipes.“<br /> <br /> In 2017, Europe’s preeminent culinary and gourmet wine expert Bradley Mitton released his first culinary cook-book with an array of international recipes and wine pairing tips resulting from his years working in top-flight gastronomy.<br /> <br /> Available online:<br /> https://www.amazon.com/Around-World-Bradley-Mitton-Pairing/dp/151936444X

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DAILY WINE TIPS with Bradley Mitton
Red Wine vs White Wine: The Real Differences
The differences between red and white wines go far beyond just the choice of grapes and the colour. Here are several fascinating facts about the real differences between red and white wines.
RED WINE VS WHITE WINE
Made with Different Grapes
Fundamentally speaking, red wines are made with red grapes (Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, etc.) and white wines are made with white grapes (Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, etc). What’s interesting, though, is that nearly all wines we find in the marketplace were originally made from one species of grape called Vitis vinifera. Ampelographers believe that the first Vitis viniferagrapes were black grapes (e.g. red wine grapes) and that a natural mutation created the first white grapes. For example, Pinot Noir (a black grape), Pinot Gris (a pinkish-gray grape), and Pinot Blanc (a white grape) all share the same DNA!
Made Using Different Parts of the Grape
After the grapes are picked and head to the cellar for winemaking, different processes are used to make red wine versus to make white wine. One of the most important differences is that red wines are fermented with the grape skins and seeds and white wines are not. This is because all the color in red wine comes from the skins and seeds of the grapes.
There are a couple of special cases where this isn’t true and the result is very different tasting wines. For example, there is a type of Champagne called “Blanc de Noirs” or “white of blacks,” which is made in a similar way to white wine making and ends up to be a wine that looks like a white wine. Another example of this is White Pinot Noir, or Pinot d’Alsace.
With white wines, there is also a special method where white grapes are fermented with the skins and seeds of the white grapes. Wines made with this technique are referred to as Orange Wines, and they taste similar to red wines and have tannin. This technique is still quite rare and the wines are unlike any other!
Made with Different Wine Making Methods
Red wines are loved for their soft, rich, and velvety flavors, whereas white wines are loved for their zesty acidity, floral aromas, and pure fruit notes. To achieve these results, winemakers enlist two very different methods of winemaking. The largest difference between red winemaking and white winemaking is the oxidation that causes the wines to lose their floral and fruit notes in exchange for rich, nutty flavors and more smoothness. To increase oxygen, winemakers use oak barrels because they breathe and allow the wine to ingress oxygen. To reduce the exposure to oxygen, winemakers use stainless steel tanks, which ensures that wines retain their fruitiness and flower flavors.
Each Type Has Different Chemical Compounds
So, the big question remains:
“Which type of wine is better for you?”
Well, since all the health benefits associated with wine are found in the skins and seeds of the wine grape, then red wines are the style of wine that’s commonly considered “better” for you.
View our online wine specials with free delivery:
www.mittonwines.com/offers

<br /> DAILY WINE TIPS with Bradley Mitton <br /> Red Wine vs White Wine: The Real Differences<br /> The differences between red and white wines go far beyond just the choice of grapes and the colour. Here are several fascinating facts about the real differences between red and white wines.<br /> RED WINE VS WHITE WINE<br /> Made with Different Grapes<br /> Fundamentally speaking, red wines are made with red grapes (Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, etc.) and white wines are made with white grapes (Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, etc). What’s interesting, though, is that nearly all wines we find in the marketplace were originally made from one species of grape called Vitis vinifera. Ampelographers believe that the first Vitis viniferagrapes were black grapes (e.g. red wine grapes) and that a natural mutation created the first white grapes. For example, Pinot Noir (a black grape), Pinot Gris (a pinkish-gray grape), and Pinot Blanc (a white grape) all share the same DNA!<br /> Made Using Different Parts of the Grape<br /> After the grapes are picked and head to the cellar for winemaking, different processes are used to make red wine versus to make white wine. One of the most important differences is that red wines are fermented with the grape skins and seeds and white wines are not. This is because all the color in red wine comes from the skins and seeds of the grapes. <br /> There are a couple of special cases where this isn’t true and the result is very different tasting wines. For example, there is a type of Champagne called “Blanc de Noirs” or “white of blacks,” which is made in a similar way to white wine making and ends up to be a wine that looks like a white wine. Another example of this is White Pinot Noir, or Pinot d’Alsace.<br /> With white wines, there is also a special method where white grapes are fermented with the skins and seeds of the white grapes. Wines made with this technique are referred to as Orange Wines, and they taste similar to red wines and have tannin. This technique is still quite rare and the wines are unlike any other!<br /> Made with Different Wine Making Methods<br /> Red wines are loved for their soft, rich, and velvety flavors, whereas white wines are loved for their zesty acidity, floral aromas, and pure fruit notes. To achieve these results, winemakers enlist two very different methods of winemaking. The largest difference between red winemaking and white winemaking is the oxidation that causes the wines to lose their floral and fruit notes in exchange for rich, nutty flavors and more smoothness. To increase oxygen, winemakers use oak barrels because they breathe and allow the wine to ingress oxygen. To reduce the exposure to oxygen, winemakers use stainless steel tanks, which ensures that wines retain their fruitiness and flower flavors.<br /> Each Type Has Different Chemical Compounds<br /> So, the big question remains: <br /> “Which type of wine is better for you?” <br /> Well, since all the health benefits associated with wine are found in the skins and seeds of the wine grape, then red wines are the style of wine that’s commonly considered “better” for you.<br /> View our online wine specials with free delivery:<br /> www.mittonwines.com/offers

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A Taste of Chile . Las Mondes 2019 Sauvignon Blanc . 12 bottle case . Only €84 . Free EU / UK delivery
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12 bottles of fresh and crisp Las Mondes 2019 Sauvignon Blanc from the Central Valley region of Chile. An aromatic and easy-drinking white wine with fragrant citrus aromas; excellent with seafood, light vegetarian dishes or on its own. (Discounted to €7 per bottle)

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Wine Business Switches to Home Deliveries
“With our main-stay trade business to hotels and restaurants and our events business completely frozen in France, Germany, Spain, Poland, Czech Republic and Italy; we have quickly re-structured the business to survive this crisis and we have turned to easy-to-order, safe and convenient free home delivery with DHL in the EU and the UK. This means we can continue to pay employees, rents, running costs and our winery and logistics partners so we survive, but also offer a service that people are very happy to use.”

Mitton Wines are offering great wines at discounted prices, delivered to homes across the EU and the UK and, “while we can, we will continue to deliver international wines for all budgets, with craft gins and premium vodka to clients’ doors safely and conveniently with DHL”. Their easy-ordering online platform – www.mittonwines.com/offers

“To date, there are no major EU restrictions to our DHL delivery services. Effects on shipping and safe delivery by Deutsche Post DHL from our Berlin warehouse are detailed at https://www.dhl.de/coronavirus-en.”

STAY HOME . WE DELIVER . Wines & Spirits<br /> Free EU / UK Delivery with DHL<br /> www.mittonwines.com/offers<br /> Easy-to-order, secure online system<br /> <br /> Wine Business Switches to Home Deliveries<br /> “With our main-stay trade business to hotels and restaurants and our events business completely frozen in France, Germany, Spain, Poland, Czech Republic and Italy; we have quickly re-structured the business to survive this crisis and we have turned to easy-to-order, safe and convenient free home delivery with DHL in the EU and the UK. This means we can continue to pay employees, rents, running costs and our winery and logistics partners so we survive, but also offer a service that people are very happy to use.”<br /> <br /> Mitton Wines are offering great wines at discounted prices, delivered to homes across the EU and the UK and, “while we can, we will continue to deliver international wines for all budgets, with craft gins and premium vodka to clients’ doors safely and conveniently with DHL”. Their easy-ordering online platform – www.mittonwines.com/offers<br /> <br /> “To date, there are no major EU restrictions to our DHL delivery services. Effects on shipping and safe delivery by Deutsche Post DHL from our Berlin warehouse are detailed at https://www.dhl.de/coronavirus-en.”

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The Ultimate Weekend Party Case (Mixed Sparkling, Whites and Reds) . 12 bottles . Only €148 . Free EU / UK delivery with DHL
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Premium sparkling, white and red wines from Tasmania and Western Australia.
Enjoy your weekend and order our mixed Ultimate Weekend Party Case. Free DHL EU / UK Delivery

A mixed 12 bottle case with three bottles each of: Jansz Premium Sparkling Cuvée Sparkling Brut . Tasmania Barking Owl Chardonnay 2017 . Perth Hills, Western Australia Two Brothers Cabernet Merlot 2016 . Margaret River, Western Australia Barking Owl Shiraz Viognier 2017 . Perth Hills, Western Australia

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18 bottles Argentinean Rewen Estate Malbec (buy 12 bottles and receive 6 free) . Only €174 . Free EU / UK delivery . http://www.mittonwines.com/wine-selection/malbec

Rewen Estate Malbec . Mendoza, Argentina
100% Malbec cultivated on sandy loam, with full malolactic fermentation. Aged in 25% French and 75% American oak for six months. Deep red-violet colour and a beautiful viscosity in the glass. Aromas of blackberry, plums and a touch of raspberry combined with vanilla notes from the oak. Opulent and round with soft, balanced tannins and a smooth, lingering finish. Excellent paired with red meat, game, tomato-based pasta sauces and full-flavoured cheeses.

STAY HOME . WE DELIVER<br /> 18 bottles Argentinean Rewen Estate Malbec (buy 12 bottles and receive 6 free) . Only €174 . Free EU / UK delivery . http://www.mittonwines.com/wine-selection/malbec<br /> <br /> Rewen Estate Malbec . Mendoza, Argentina<br /> 100% Malbec cultivated on sandy loam, with full malolactic fermentation. Aged in 25% French and 75% American oak for six months. Deep red-violet colour and a beautiful viscosity in the glass. Aromas of blackberry, plums and a touch of raspberry combined with vanilla notes from the oak. Opulent and round with soft, balanced tannins and a smooth, lingering finish. Excellent paired with red meat, game, tomato-based pasta sauces and full-flavoured cheeses.

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Monaco Daily News
Business switches to home deliveries to survive crisis

Bradley Mitton, of Mitton Wines outlines how his business has adapted to the coronavirus crisis.

“With our main-stay trade business to hotels and restaurants and our events business completely frozen in France, Germany, Spain, Poland, Czech Republic and Italy; I have quickly re-structured my business to survive this crisis and we have turned to easy-to-order, safe and convenient free home delivery with DHL in the EU and the UK. This means we can continue to pay employees, and our winery partners so we survive, but also offer a service that people are very happy to use.”

https://monacodailynews.com/2020/03/27/business-switches-to-home-deliveries-to-survive-crisis/

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What's your preference, a dry, light white wine or fruity red; Scottish gin or English vodka? We have dynamically re-structured our business and we are delivering our whole portfolio with a selection of discounted mixed boxes offering free DHL home delivery in the EU and the UK. See more at www.mittonwines.com/offers

What's your preference, a dry, light white wine or fruity red; Scottish gin or English vodka? We have dynamically re-structured our business and we are delivering our whole portfolio with a selection of discounted mixed boxes offering free DHL home delivery in the EU and the UK. See more at www.mittonwines.com/offers

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he Eden Mill Gin and Tonic Pack (Fever Tree) . Ready to pour over ice and enjoy! From €49 . Free EU and UK delivery . www.mittonwines.com/offers

Ready to pour over ice and enjoy!
Choose your Eden Mill Gin from our excellent selection of Golf, Rhubarb, Love, Hop, Oak or Original. Your gin will be delivered with 3 x 150ml cans of Fever Tree Indian Tonic and 3 x 150ml Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic (6 cans in total).

he Eden Mill Gin and Tonic Pack (Fever Tree) . Ready to pour over ice and enjoy! From €49 . Free EU and UK delivery . www.mittonwines.com/offers  <br /> <br /> Ready to pour over ice and enjoy!  <br /> Choose your Eden Mill Gin from our excellent selection of Golf, Rhubarb, Love, Hop, Oak or Original. Your gin will be delivered with 3 x 150ml cans of Fever Tree Indian Tonic and 3 x 150ml Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic (6 cans in total).

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Eden Mill Gins . Free DHL Delivery EU and UK

http://www.mittonwines.com/edenmill

Eden Mill make Premium Scottish Gin in Scotland for the world of gin lovers to enjoy. Traditionally made by hand using copper pot stills, Eden Mill gin is proudly crafted by experienced distillers who have a cultural desire to innovate and tingle the taste buds. Perfect as all-year round gin gifts or simply to enjoy yourself or with friends. Eden Mill is immersed in their boutique small-batch processes in small production tanks. Every day they create and tinker – they touch, smell, and taste and source ethically and locally from the verdant fields and wild coasts of Scotland. The Eden Mill gin recipes are punchy and exciting and the moment you taste these gins; you know you’ve never tasted anything quite like them before! Try our gift box options with free EU delivery.

*Limited stock now available of the Eden Mill 2018 and 2019 Single Malt Whiskies.

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We continue to deliver international wines for all budgets, craft gin and premium vodka to your door safely and conveniently with DHL. Our easy-ordering online platform - www.mittonwines.com/offers

We would like to inform you that to date, there are no major EU restrictions to our DHL delivery services. Effects on shipping and delivery by Deutsche Post DHL from our Berlin warehouse are detailed at https://www.dhl.de/coronavirus-en.

Our partners at Deutsche Post DHL Group want to help slow the spread of the virus and ensure sustained, full-coverage transport and delivery of mail and parcels. To this end, they are implementing measures in accordance with the recommendations of the responsible authorities (particularly the Robert Koch Institute).

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Eden Mill Spiced Rhubarb and Vanilla Gin
€39 per bottle includes EU delivery
€99 per three bottles (reduced from €117)
Free EU and UK delivery

http://www.mittonwines.com/wine-selection/rhubarb-gin

Our latest seasonal offering, Spiced Rhubarb & Vanilla Gin, is bright and zingy, with a sharp fruit tang reminiscent of rhubarb rock. We think our Spiced Rhubarb & Vanilla Gin is best served with either ginger ale or premium tonic. Garnish with a slice of orange.

NOSE:
The aroma is led by a rich fruity spice, with red currant, mango and earthy rhubarb balanced by notes of ginger and cardamom. Vanilla adds to the picture, evoking images of confectionery such as cardamom buns and marzipan.

PALATE:
Bright and zingy, with a sharp fruity tang reminiscent of rhubarb rock. Warming spice comes through strongly with a balanced mulled-wine sweetness.

FINISH:
Lingering flavours of spice cabinets and sweet buns fade slowly to a passion fruit acidity.

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Organic Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon Six Bottle Case . Natural & Sustainable! Only €78 . Free EU and UK Delivery
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Six bottles Two Brothers Ripasso Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2016 - free DHL delivery in the EU and UK
Organic, natural and sustainably produced in the Margaret River region of Western Australia
€12.50 per bottle includes free EU and UK delivery

Two Brothers Ripasso Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2016
80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot. Ruby red with a light purple edge. The nose shows blackcurrant, blueberries, liquorice and dark chocolate and the tiniest hint of eucalypt. The palate is rich and smooth, with flavours of mulberries and sweet, dark fruits coming forth. The twelve months maturing in French oak has helped to smooth out and integrate the acids, tannins and fruit flavours resulting in a generous and rich wine. Can be cellared for up to 8 years, but can also be enjoyed young and fresh. Sharing optional!

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The Luxury Red Case . Enjoy Your Nights In! Only €118 . 6 Ultra-Premium Red Wines . Free EU and UK Delivery

http://www.mittonwines.com/wine-selection/luxuryreds

A selection of six of the best premium red wines from our cellar - free DHL delivery in the EU and UK

Scarpa Barolo DOCG Tettimorra 2015 . Piemonte, Italy
Liebich The Darkie Shiraz 2008 . Barossa Valley, Australia
Auntsfield Estate Single Vineyard Pinot Noir 2016 . Marlborough, New Zealand
Bellvale The Quercus Vineyard Gippsland Pinot Noir 2016 . Gippsland, Australia
Hundred Tree Hill Shiraz 2014 . Pyrenees, Australia
Two Brothers Ripasso Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2016 . Margaret River, Western Australia

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The Stay Home Wine Box . Only €78 . 12 bottles . Free EU and UK Delivery . Easy, fast and secure online ordering at http://www.mittonwines.com/wine-selection/stayhome

12 bottles of easy-drinking Australian Woodlands Selection wines. Choose your mix of whites, rosés and reds. Free EU and UK delivery

€6.50 per bottle (special offer while stocks last) - delivered in 12 bottle cases

White . Woodlands Selection Chardonnay 2018 (dry and unwooded)
Rosé . Woodlands Selection Rosé 2018 (fresh and fruity)
Red . Woodlands Selection Shiraz Cabernet 2018 (dark berry and spice characters)

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Moriki Frankfurt . Exceptional Sushi
+49 69 7191 3070
During this crisis; our restaurant, hotel, bar and club partners are temporarily closed and we would like to promote support for them as they are all offering and surviving on home delivery and take-away services!
We have to rise above this challenge and beat it together and it is in everyone's interests that where possible, business owners and their workers keep their businesses alive in every sector in every country across the globe!
There is light at the end of this..

<br /> STAY HOME . WE DELIVER <br /> Moriki Frankfurt . Exceptional Sushi <br /> +49 69 7191 3070<br /> During this crisis; our restaurant, hotel, bar and club partners are temporarily closed and we would like to promote support for them as they are all offering and surviving on home delivery and take-away services! <br /> We have to rise above this challenge and beat it together and it is in everyone's interests that where possible, business owners and their workers keep their businesses alive in every sector in every country across the globe! <br /> There is light at the end of this..

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New Zealand 2019 Sliding Hill Sauvignon Blanc - 18 bottles (buy 12 bottles and receive 6 free) Only €198 . Free EU and UK delivery

http://www.mittonwines.com/wine-selection/2019shsb

In its youth the wine is moderate straw in colour with green tints. Aromas are reserved and quite exotic with hints of lime, peach, honeysuckle, passionfruit and gooseberry. Ripe flavours of sweet gala apples, lime and rich tropical fruits predominate in a lush textured style with a long dry grainy finish. The wine will drink superbly when young. To be consumed wherever there is sun, surf or seafood.

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Fresh and Fruity . Premium Languedoc Rosé . 12 bottles . Only €120 . Save €60 . Free EU delivery
http://www.mittonwines.com/wine-selection/2018rose

This fresh blend is produced at Les Celliers Jean d’Alibert blending 85% Grenache and 15% Syrah to obtain a light and fruity rosé. Pale and mouth-filling, this wine shows good acidity with red summer fruit aromas. Suggested to be enjoyed chilled with sunshine and seafood and only to be shared with your best friends!

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Drink in Moderation

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GIN & TONIC TO YOUR DOOR
http://www.mittonwines.com/wine-selection/gin-tonic

From €49.00
Ready to pour over ice and enjoy! Choose your Eden Mill Gin from our excellent selection of Golf, Rhubarb, Love, Hop, Oak or Original. Your gin will be delivered with 3 x 150ml cans of Fever Tree Indian Tonic and 3 x 150ml Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic (6 cans in total).

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