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Seckford Agencies Ltd are specialist importers of wines from all over the new world. supplying the trade throughout the UK. We operate as the exclusive UK Agents for a comprehensive range of privately owned wine estates providing high quality wines at all price levels
Argentina has become the world's fifth largest wine producer, and is becoming renowned for its ripe red wines made from the fashionable and food-friendly Malbec grape, once the dominant variety in Bordeaux
For several successive years, Australia has over taken France as the biggest exporter of wine to the UK. Many of the original vines were planted by German immigrants in the 19th century
One of the most successful wine producing areas in the southern hemisphere, Chile has made big inroads on the British market in the last decade as a source of great value wines
A relative newcomer to the wine world, New Zealand still only produces 0.3 % of the global crop, with remarkable white wines made from the Sauvignon Blanc grape and award-winning reds from Pinot Noir
Although vines were planted by the original Dutch settlers and the Cape was celebrated in the 18th century for its legendary Constantia dessert wine, the modern South African wine industry only really flourished in the early 1990s
The US is now the third biggest producer of wine sold in the UK after Australia and France. Like the rest of the New World, the rate of growth accelerated extraordinarily in the 1990s, with vines now grown in every state
Spain is the seventh largest producer of wine sold in the UK, with diverse wine regions scattered around the country and a greater amount of hectares under cultivation than anywhere else in the world
Created by the hand of charismatic award-winning Cape winemaker, Adi Badenhorst, The Curator red and white blends have been fashioned from very old unirrigated bush vines and showcase the quality achievable in one of South Africa's most innovative and dynamic wine growing regions – the Swartland. This area with its raft of eager and talented young winemakers, ancient vines, a Mediterranean climate similar to the Rhône Valley in Southern France and an overwhelming desire to push the fruits of their labour into the world market offers consumers some of the...
Here's a quick round up of some of the great reviews that have been received in the last couple of weeks:
Writing in the Daily Mail recently, Matthew Jukes gave the following glowing review of 2014 Milton Park Shiraz, Thorn-Clarke, Australia:
'Producing over half of Australia’s wine, the state of South Australia is the home and heart of the Australian wine industry. Wines bearing this name are often blended from fruit coming from several different regions and this builds complexity in the wines. After tasting over 4000 wines for my annual 100 Best Australian Wines Report...