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Grape To Glass Spring Front CoverOur Spring promotions have arrived along with the latest edition of Grape to Glass. Not only are we excited about the new offers, such as 20% off everything in South Africa, we’re also very excited about the launch of an e-version of Grape to Glass – which makes reading it online a whole lot simpler!

You can still download our Spring Edition of Grape to Glass (5KB) or alternatively browse the e-brochure online.

We also have a handful of un-cut articles taken from the latest Grape to Glass that can only be viewed in full online; exclusively at the Majestic blog. Click below for the articles in full as written by Majestic staff…

Country in the Spotlight: South Africa – The old New World? Majestic Wine Buyer, Matt Pym, takes a look into some well renowned wineries in South Africa.

Singing the praises of Pinotage – Matt Pym showcases some of the brilliant Pinotage’s and their wine-makers from the Majestic South African range.

Country in the Spotlight: Argentina’s Aiming High. Henry Little, Trainee Manager of Majestic Wine Belgravia, looks into the burgeoning diversity and complexity of Argentina’s trademark varietal.

In Praise of the Producer: Alain Grignon (LGI). Chris Buckland-Smith, Manager of Majestic Wine Windsor gives us an insight to one of our respected producers in the South of France.

In Praise of the Producer: CVNE – Manager of Majestic Wine Chelmsford, Jonny Leadley tells us about the historic genius that is CVNE.

Kim’s introduction

The cycle of oenological life continues in 2011. We may still be awaiting the first signs of spring here in the northern hemisphere, but on the other side of the equator, harvesting of the 2011 vintage has already begun.

As ever, we’ve captured all that variety in this edition of Grape to Glass, with articles from around the wine world. Whether you’re planning a wedding and need some tips on the perfect toasting sparkler, or you simply want something a bit different to go with midweek dinners, you’ll find all the answers right here. Plus our Fine Wine Buyer is on hand to guide you through the benefits of buying Burgundy 2009 en primeur, while Managers of four new Majestic stores make up a case of their favourite sub-£5 wines.

Don’t forget to share your thoughts, ideas and questions with us too. Send your food and wine matching queries or suggestions for articles for future editions of Grape to Glass to grapetoglass@majestic.co.uk

We look forward to hearing from you. And as ever, we hope you enjoy sharing in our staff’s unsurpassed knowledge – in the shape of new and exciting wines from around the world.

Kim Smith

Majestic Wine Marketing Manager