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  • Owner of The Ned, Brent Marris calls into Home Delivery HQ

     

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    Multi-award winning winery owner Brent Marris recently drop in to taste through his vast range of wines. Brent owns 4 labels of wines all hailing from the beautiful, scenic surroundings of Marlborough, New Zealand. Here Kenny tastes wines from the Ned range, discusses the provenance of the Kings Series and learns about the Leesfield Estate wines.

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  • Hollywood star Sam Neill puts Home Delivery Wine in the Spotlight

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    Sam Neill's tweet made it to the Belfast Telegraph! and left Kenny star struck when he tweeted this picture of Kenny. As Sam says "Your man Kenny at Kenny's Spar, Highfield, Magherafelt N.I. has your Xmas necessities well covered. Rejoice delivers!"

    Here's the link to the article in the Belfast Telegraph
    http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/…/hollywood-star-sam-neil….

    And don't forget to get your Two Paddocks wine before we sell out!
    http://homedeliverywine.com/catalogsearch/result/…

  • French Fancy

    French Fancy

    Head of Sales and Marketing, Leigh Claridge called into Magherafelt to have a heart to heart with Kenny, over a bottle or two of Schiel wine of course...

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  • Q&A Ben Glaetzer 2015

    heartland-bannerWhat are the most important attributes you need to become a winemaker?

    The best ones, like me, are handsome, intelligent, witty and unquestionably charismatic. The others are generally just monkeys. Seriously though, the two big dangers are not taking the job seriously, and taking yourself too seriously. I try to avoid those traps.

    List three things you think about during a busy vintage?

    The Weather, the weather and the weather. Good weather is vital, Bad weather is not so much.

    What do you do to relax?

    Relax? What’s that? I very much enjoy growing grapes, making wine, eating and drinking…. I travel quite a bit to visit our customers all over the world, again involving eating and drinking. There’s not a great deal of time outside of this so I guess that’s what I do to relax.
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  • Ben Glaetzer from Glaetzer and Heartland Wines, Barossa Valley South Australia and Nick Keukenmeester from Heartland Wines visit Kennys and Home Delivery Wine

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    Ben Glaetzer from Glaetzer and Heartland Wines, Barossa Valley South Australia and Nick Keukenmeester from Heartland Wines visit Kennys and Home Delivery Wine in Magherafelt on Friday 4th Sept to taste a range of their wines from both stables. The two we focused on were the Heartland Directors Cut Cabernet sauvignon 2012 and the Heartland One 2013 (2nd Release)which is a Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz blend. Both wines are a very small production the later 500 x 6 packs for the world market. We do well with both stables both in stores and online. As there is a small allocation we recommend you buy now

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  • Wine ratings are they useful?

    wine-ratingLooking for a good bottle of Merlot, Pinot Grigio or Bordeaux? Ratings by experts may help narrow the choice but do they really make a difference?

    Wine experts say the scores and descriptions they give a vintage will differentiate a good bottle from a mediocre one but in a recent study consumers who tasted fine Bordeaux rated the wines lower than the experts.

    “The consumer can look at it (the rating) and say, ’OK a panel of experts has looked at this wine and evaluated it and I know it won’t be plonk,’” said Lisa Granik, who holds a Master of Wine (MW), one of the highest standards of expertise in the wine industry.

    Wine experts, magazines and judges in competitions give wine ratings, which are used as marketing tools by the vineyards. Competitions charge a fee for each product entered in the contest.
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