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

Volcanic Wines

Volcanic Wines

Volcanoes have tantalise human being since primordial time: their eruptions can destroy and create landscape, frighten observers and sometime even modify our climate, but Volcanic soils are full of nutrients (minerals in particular) and are usually very dark in colour, both of which help the vine to bear rich, concentrated grapes....

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Lake Superior

Lake Superior

Lake Garda (Italian: Lago di Garda) is not only the biggest lake in Italy but also a beautiful and very popular holiday destination for thousands of people every year. Although is located on the northern part of the Italian peninsula, halfway between the two cities of Verona and Brescia, lake...

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Enoteca.... it's more than a Wine Shop.

Enoteca.... it's more than a Wine Shop.

In Italy the term Enoteca is used to describe a local wine shop with a range of high-quality wines. The word derived from the Greek and although it literally means ”wine repository” it has an important cultural meaning and function as “wine library” as a centre of knowledge and information...

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Italian Wines

Italian Wines

Italy can be the most exciting place in the world to choose a bottle of wine from. History and wine are virtually synonymous here and the country boasts thousand of wine styles, grape varieties and producers like no one else. Of course, buying Italian wine can also be overwhelming due...

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Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Wine* (*But Were Afraid to Ask)

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Wine* (*But Were Afraid to Ask)

Polyphenols, cold maceration, botrytis cinerea, Ehrenbreitsteiner (Wait, there’s really a grape variety called that?!)... Wine babble can sour even the most diehard aficionado’s relationship with fermented grape juice. That’s why the role of a wine advisor should not just be to suggest the best wine for a particular occasion, but...

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