Author Archives: Pull The Cork

The English Vineyard Taking On Champagne – Raimes

Raimes

Augusta and Robert are the fifth generation of the family to farm the fields now flourishing with vines and home to Raimes English Sparkling wines. Together with land farmed on the historic Tichborne Estate, the farm stretches from the protected and ecologically diverse water meadows of the River Itchen to the grassy rolling hills of the South […]

New minimal intervention, squeaky clean, delicious wines

minimal intervention

‘Being allegedly the only two (literate) students to Graduate Healesville High School in ’97, we were always destined to work together’. Behn (the Payten) drove his first Tractor at the age of 5. Troy (the Jones) was talking by the age of 1 and hasn’t shut up since. “Naturally we fell in with the wrong […]

Christmas 2019 Delivery Schedule

Christmas 2019

Your deliveries for Christmas 2019 Christmas is drawing near. To make sure we deliver the service you need, we’ve made some small changes to our delivery schedule to enable us to manage increased volumes. You can contact the team on 02037804896 until Thursday the 19th of December, however our office and warehouse will be closed […]

Don’t think outside the box this Christmas, think inside the box… a hamper to be specific..

hamper

We’ve only gone and made gifting a bottle of wine a thousand times better than it already is… If you’re looking to send a sustainable gift that says ‘I’m thinking of you’, one that doesn’t include a lame bunch of flowers or anything equally generic, then our Thinking Of You Hamper is the perfect present to […]

We’ve Dropped Our Delivery Prices!

Delivery Prices

You asked, we listened! We’ve found ourselves a new warehouse just in central London and we are now able to hold more stock to fulfil your orders.  The warehouse that we are using is willing to support us 100% and we’ve tried and tested them a lot over the past few months successfully, and therefore […]

Closing Dates for August Bank Holiday 2019

August Bank Holiday

As a general rule of thumb, Pull The Cork is never closed!! As I am sure you will understand, It’s the humans behind it that need a short break, however. Although we would advise that all customers stock up in advance of this 2019 August Bank Holiday weekend. We expect the week commencing Monday 19th August […]

Pull That Cork Meets Pull The Cork

Pull That Cork

At the beginning of setting up PTC, we received an email from over the water from Nancy and Peter of Pull That Cork. Since then we have both been in regular contact and we thought it would be nice to present them to the UK because they have a cracking blog and Instagram account that […]

The Hugely Talented Winemaker Frank Cornelissen

Frank Cornelissen

Just last week I was presented with the opportunity to stock these remarkable wines from an even more remarkable person – Frank Cornelissen. These natural wines from Mount Etna are incredibly hard to get your hands on and are produced in very small quantities, which presented us with a very attractive offer, especially when you […]

Histamine Free Wine? Is It a Thing?

Histamine

Those with Histamine Sensitivities Stick to Natural wine! Do you experience unexplained headaches when drinking wine? Does your face flush when you drink red wine? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then you could be experiencing an allergic reaction. What is histamine? According to mindbodygreen.com Histamine is a chemical involved in your […]

Biodynamic Wines; Gut Oggau has Conquered our Hearts

gut oggau

You shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but can you judge a wine by its label? Not really, but Gut Oggau, which is produced by Eduard Tscheppe & Stephanie Tscheppe Eselböck by Lake Neusiedl in Austria’s Burgenland province, possibly comes closest to making this true. Before starting the winery, Eduard made conventional wine with his […]

Effects of Climate Change on the Wine Industry

Climate Change

Can vineyards be an indicator of climate change? The climate has a notable effect on wine, shaping the character of the wine through the grapes. While the wine industry isn’t a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions (around 0.1 per cent of global carbon emissions) with the rising temperatures, the impact of the climate and […]

We’re Having an Easter Egg Hunt

easter egg hunt

Easter Weekend Discount Codes Happy Easter & Long Weekend! For a bit of fun, we’re running a little Easter Egg Hunt of our own this weekend. It’s no Hampton Court Palace Easter Egg Hunt, and unfortunately there are no Lindt gold bunnies but we’ve hidden ten ‘easter eggs’ (aka. discounted products) on the single bottles page on the […]

Elisabetta Foradori on Lezèr – a Key Figure in Italian Winemaking

Foradori

Elisabetta Foradori – Serious Natural Wines From Italy’s Trentino  Near San Michele all’Adige, on the right bank of the Adige River, a wide plain unfolds beneath the mountains: its name is Campo Rotaliano. This is where the Teroldego, one of the country’s best grapes, thrives. It is no coincidence that this striking landscape marks the […]

Meet the Steve Jobs of the Natural Wine Industry

Steve Jobs

When we think of the name Steve Jobs, we can’t help but think of what the man brought not only to Apple but the entire digital device industry. It’s a name synonymous with not only innovation and creativity but also an understanding of what the customers want that blew the competition out of the water. […]

What’s Holding Back the Mother’s Day Wine Industry?

Mother’s Day is just around the corner! And for many sons and daughters, the question of what to buy mother dearest on this important occasion weighs heavy on their minds. What, after all, does one get the woman who has everything? “A nice bottle of wine!” your musing mind may suggest… But all-too-often we shout […]

How we’re making Pull The Cork eco-friendly in 2019 ?♻

eco-friendly

Going green: How we’re making Pull The Cork eco-friendly in 2019?? From gloomy news on CO2 emissions, through to the rise of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, the message is getting clearer by the day: if we’re going to ‘save the planet’, then now’s most definitely the time to change our ways, and create more energy […]