Vinarius is the latin word for vintner - a wine hub for wine lovers in East London.

Corks or Screwcaps?

Corks or Screwcaps?

In Vinarius we are often asked about the difference between corks and other wine bottle stoppers. Here are some guidelines to understand the technical,  philosophical and marketing reasons behind the choice that producers make to seal their bottle of wine. Cork is a natural product made from bark stripped from...

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Judging at the IWSC

Judging at the IWSC

This is my 6th year of having the honour to judge for the International Wine & Spirit Competition and it is always a great formative experience. First of all I have the great pleasure of tasting around 70 wines each day and, more importantly, to discuss and share opinions about...

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Italy's hidden gem: Marche

Italy's hidden gem: Marche

Italy is celebrated for its winemaking traditions, especially from famous regions such as Tuscany, Piedmont or Sicily but sometimes you can find incredible and unique products from unexpected places. Marche is one of them. Tucked away between the Apennine mountains and the Adriatic Sea, Le Marche is probably one of...

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Bull's Blood in East London

Bull's Blood in East London

Having accomplished my studies and internship in Oenolgy in Hungary I am more than happy to give this insight  of the country’s history and winemaking to all the readers of LoveEast magazine.    Hungary, in fact, was in the front line of the wine producing countries in  Europe for thousands...

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All About Tempranillo

All About Tempranillo

Although Britain seems to have an enduring love relation with Rioja, as almost half of the Spanish wines imported here come from this region, not everyone knows that Tempranillo is the most important red grape variety responsible for the production of the Rioja wines. The name comes from the word temprano which in...

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