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Top wine brands

Wines are an alcoholic beverage made from grapes plum, cherry pomegranate, and even rice at times. It is one of the most popular drinks of the current world.
Wine Brands

Wine is drunk in many countries in case of occasions, parties or as a complementary drink with meals. It is very popular in the western countries. The preparation of wines takes hundreds of years. The longer it takes to ferment the tastier and more expensive it is. Wines are fermented without enzymes sugar water and other nutrients. The yeast ferments the sugar in the grapes and consumes it to produce ethanol and carbon dioxide. The wine was introduced in the early 6000 BC in China. Wines are usually of two types: a white one and red one.

Below are the names of some of the top-notch wines all around the world:

  1. Boscarelli Vino Nobile di Montepulciano 2013, $34
  2. Le Cigare Volant Réserve 2012, $69



  1. Tabarrini Campo allaCerquaSagrantino 2010, $50
  2. Viña Real Reserva 2010, $30
  3. COS Contrada 2009, $85
  4. Guy Breton Morgon “VieillesVignes” 2014, $31
  5. Mullan Road Cellars Red Blend 2013, $44
  6. Graham’s 10 Year Tawny Port, $33


  1. Jim ClendenenNebbiolo – The Pip 2011, $30
  2. Clos du Val Stags Leap District Cabernet Sauvignon 2012, $66
  3. VenissaDorona 2013, $189
  4. Domaine des Lises Crozes-Hermitage 2014, $27
  5. Charles Heidsieck Brut 2008, $50
  6. Lam Pinotage 2014, $15
  7. FarellaCoombsville Napa Valley Merlot 2012, $41
  8. AmeztoiRubentisTxakolina Rosado 2015, $25
  9. PieropanCalvarino 2013, $27
  10. Domaine de MontbourgeauL’Etoile “Cuvee Speciale” 2011, $42
  11. Araujo Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc 2013, $97
  12. AvignonesiRosso di Montepulciano 2014, $18
  13. Le Clos du Tue-Boeuf Vin Rouge 2014, $16
  14. 2012 Phelan Segur, $40
  15. Marie-Noelle LeDru Extra Brut NV, $70
  16. BuglioniValpolicella Brut “Il Vigliacco” Rosé 2012, $28
  17. Domaine Damien PinonVouvrayTuffo 2015, $16
  18. BisolCrede Prosecco, $18
  19. Cepa 21 2011, $23
  20. Ant Moore New Zealand Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2014, $15
  21. Clos Puy Arnaud CuvéeBistrotCôtes de Bordeaux 2013, $15
  22. VinaLeyda Pinot Noir 2015, $15
  23. PaumanokChenin Blanc 2015, $25
  24. Mas de Gourgonnier Les Baux de Provence Rouge 2014, $15
  25. ScarboloRamato Pinot Grigio 2012, $14
  26. Achaval-Ferrer Quimera 2012, $25
  27. Inman Family Russian River Chardonnay 2013, $30
  28. Heinrich Zweigelt 2013, $18
  29. The Chook NV, $18
  30. Stinson Vineyards Rosé 2015, $25
  31. V. Mitolo& Son Shiraz 2014, $50
  32. Macari Vineyards Cabernet Franc 2013, $31


  1. Gaia Assyrtiko Wild Ferment 2015, $30


  1. Fonseca Terra Bella Organic Reserve Port, $23
  2. Slo Down Wines Sexual Chocolate 2014, $26
  3. GeilTrockenSpätburgunder 2015, $22
  4. DomaineJorel, “La Garrigue” Rancio Sec 2003, $32


  1. Elk Cove Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2014, $20
  2. Stoller Reserve Chardonnay 2014, $33


  1. Omero Cellars Pinot Gris 2014, $22


  1. Ghost Pines Zinfandel 2014, $16

Nigel Smith

Nigel’s enthusiasm and passion for food could possibly be inherited from his granny, a lecturer at Liverpool catering college. The family of Nigel had a prestigious restaurant known as C’est La Vie at the Dalmeny Hotel in Saint Anne’s. It was here, perhaps, Nigel got the knowledge of running a quality restaurant and that’s what made the Nigel Smith restaurant of UK.
Nigel Smith

The expertise of a good and sensible cook coupled with the managerial qualities of Nigel laid the foundation stones of what is Nigel Smith Restaurant today. In his career as a cook, Nigel has developed one of the first Gastro Pubs of the time and secured 6th place out of the 10 in the Good Food Guide. His expertize made him a busy consultant on food and cooking in the world of food lovers still maintaining his presence as a restaurant owner. To share his expertize Nigel too opened a Cookery school in the United Kingdom and treated one of the best in the class in the UK. Nigel now is the Brand Ambassador of appliances maker Miele. Nigel too runs a design restaurant sponsored by Miele in London offering snacks to meals.

The clientele of Nigel Smith Restaurant includes amongst many are:

  • The Cleethorpes Pier,
  • The Metro Southport,
  • Gary Player Black Knight,
  • Ferrari,
  • Bentley,
  • e-foods,
  • Tea from the Manor,
  • Zip Hydrotaps

In addition to a variety of private and individual customers, Quality Hotels, Restaurants, caterers, Gastro Pubs and Fresh producers are too amongst Nigel Smith’s customers.

The pastry team of Nigel Smith Restaurant consists of head Chef Andrew Harwood and senior Pastry Chef Oliver Cookson. They deliver from classic to the most and the patisserie team is passionate about perfection from the simplest classic to the most detailed concept dessert to the satisfaction of the customers.

The foods that Nigel Smith Restaurant produces are delivered within 72 hours of ordering.

Foods for events Nigel Smith Restaurant creates and delivers with perfection. Nigel Smith’s professionals work closely with the customers to selecting the patisserie that meets the temperament and mood of event or occasion. Nigel Smith Restaurant’s made to order foods are catered to need the demands of every customer and every occasion.

Nigel Smith Restaurant too have a line of catering foods meant for special diets like Cultural Foods, Dairy, Gluten, and Vegetarian.

Health Nigel Smith maintains, as usual, a strict health & safety guideline for all the foods it serves and delivers. They use their own refrigerated vans to deliver foods to different locations, as required. Nigel Smith Restaurant maintains a modern production facility in Lancashire, UK. You see, for a company that is running this long, only good taste or good marketing couldn’t do it. It was the power of trust and dependability that made the company succeed. Now this is one of the dominators in the industry and it is going to keep on dominate for a while.