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Veganuary: Our favourite vegan recipes

Veganuary 2021 hit 500,000 sign-ups for the first time since starting in 2014! To help out with some food inspiration, here are our favourite vegan recipes.

What makes some wine vegan and others not?

Wine is just a product of grapes and yeast so why wouldn’t it be vegan? It’s all down to the processes of turning those grapes into delicious wine.

Veganuary heaven: Vegan-friendly wine & chocolate

Many people are taking on the Veganuary challenge. Why not treat a friend with one of our gift boxes including our vegan-friendly wines and Solkiki's unique single-varietal dark chocolate?

Canned Wine Co. debunks wine jargon

The jargon surrounding wine can feel completely incomprehensible. What is tannin? How can a wine be beefy? We’ve simplified the most common terms so you can sound like a sommelier (without the year...

Creating the ultimate graze board

The holidays are upon us, which usually includes a lot of cooking for big meals! But what about trying a graze board? This is a great way to create an eyecatching platter with something for everyon...

Give The Gift Of Wine This Christmas

Do you want to send the perfect wine gift to that special someone? Look no further! Whether you’re looking for a stocking filler, Secret Santa gift or a more unique present, we have you covered! We...

What does oak aging do to a wine?

You have probably heard the term oak-aging before. But what does this mean and how does it change wine? Here's a brief guide to what oak-aging means for your wine. 

Taste: alcohol & body

Have you always wondered what in the world a full-bodied wine is? Find out more about alcohol levels and how it influences whether a wine is light or bold here.

Taste: how to taste sweetness and acidity in wine

Sweetness and acidity are fundamentals of wine. This article describes what causes higher sweetness or acidity levels, why a careful balance is important and how to taste it in your wine.  

How to smell a wine and why it is important

Much of what you taste in a wine comes from your sense of smell rather than taste. This article gives some tips on how to smell wine and maximise flavour.

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