Icewine forms only a tiny percentage of what Canada produces from its vineyards
Making wine on an island might sound like an idyllic way of life, but it is certainly never easy.
The grape causing a stir down-under in New Zealand today is not a white grape - but red.
I am standing 120 feet above sea-level in a vineyard midway between the Atlantic and south coast in the heart of Cornwall.
Liquorice and balsamic, cherries and cocoa. The distinctive flavours and bitter-sweet taste of Amarone are adored by many who love powerful lush red wines.
One of my favourite new discoveries from Spain.
Keep up to date with all our news and events by subscribing to our newsletter