Blog - Enotria&Coe


  • Everything Organic With Urlar

    Written by Emma Waterman on 25/07/2017 16:09:00

    In the first instalment in our series uncovering the green winemaking scene in New Zealand, we chat to Angus Thomson, owner of Urlar Estate, a family-owned winery producing outstanding single-vineyard wines following organic and biodynamic principles. Meani...

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  • New Zealand's Green Team: Carrick

    Written by Emma Waterman on 07/08/2017 14:26:00

    Sustainability is serious business for Carrick, located in Central Otago, New Zealand. Nearly 10 years ago, they completed the process of becoming certified organic across their entire vineyard and winery. However, the tendrils of their green philosophy exten...

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  • Vino Nobile di Montepulciano & Poliziano

    Written by Leonardo Bassano on 08/08/2017 15:00:00

    Montepulciano's history has always been linked to the fame of its wine. Legend says that the town was founded by the Etruscan King Lars Porsenna and the people of Chiusi, who changed its name from Mons Mercurius to Mons Politicus. In 1868, many bronze ite...

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  • The Story of Chianti

    Written by Emma Waterman on 09/08/2017 09:36:00

    First Things First Throughout the Middle Ages, Florence was the most powerful of the city-states, and the epicentre of commercial winemaking. In the 14th century, the Florentine Republic identified the hills between Florence and Siena as Chianti. Chianti w...

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  • Behind the Scenes with Cecchi

    Written by Leonardo Bassano on 11/08/2017 10:20:00

    The story of the Cecchi family began in 1893, with Luigi Cecchi and his formidable tasting talent. Fast forward to the 1930s, and Cecchi wines were being exported outside Italy. In the 70s, the family moved to Castellina, the historical Chianti Classico produ...

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  • Australian Wines Come Up Trumps

    Written by Emma Waterman on 11/08/2017 11:26:00

    The godfather of Australian wine-writing and judging, James Halliday, has announced his scores for the 2018 edition ofThe Australian Wine Companion, and we're delighted there's such a strong showing of producers from the Enotria&Coe stable. The...

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  • African Dreaming

    Written by Kathrine Larsen, MS on 11/08/2017 11:33:00

    In a bid to shake off the doldrums this gloomy British summer has brought on, Kathrine Larsen MS reflects on her trip to South Africa earlier this year- when blue sky abounded- and shares eight lesser-known facts about this New World wine country and our prod...

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  • Top Tips to Boost Your Sales this Christmas

    Written by Emma Waterman on 24/11/2017 11:31:00

    With the festive season fast approaching, now's the time to start thinking about ways you can capitalise on the bustling trading period and boost your sales. Follow these eight tips to ensure you've got all your bases covered.   Premiumisat...

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  • McWilliam's Wines Group Joins the Enotria&Coe Stable

    Written by Emma Waterman on 13/12/2017 14:06:00

    Enotria&Coe has galvanised their stable of exceptional Australian producers today, with the announcement that McWilliam's Wine Group (MWG) will be joining the portfolio. The partnership will see Enotria&Coe representing both the company's flag...

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