The UK Wine Show is all about wine and the UK wine scene. We interview winemakers, consumers, wine bar owners, scientists, you name it, if it is about wine in the UK we will cover it. Almost all good wine from around the world washes up on these shores so we'll find out more about the people behind the wines that are making a splash.
Daniel Lambert on importing wine in Brexit Britain Part 2
We talk to Daniel Lambert on the effect of Brexit on the range and price of wines available.
Daniel Lambert on importing wine in Brexit Britain Part 1
We talk to Daniel Lambert on importing wines into the UK post Brexit.
Lynn Hale on the effects of Covid-19 on your palate
We talk to WSET wine student and retired GP Lynn Hale on the effects of Covid-19 on her sense of smell and taste.
Top tips for the WSET L3 Wine Theory Exam The Questions Part 2
The short written questions are the trickiest and we take a look at the types of questions and how to answer them.
Top tips for the WSET L3 Wine Theory Exam
This podcast takes a deep dive into the WSET L3 wine theory exam, how to prepare what to expect and tips to focus your study.
The Wine Guild Education with Tim Short
We chat to Tim Short about The Wine Guild of the UK and its wine education and training schemes for the hospitality sector.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Aman mehan (village vineyards)
Always a great listen, greatly informative for consumers and people within the trade.
Keep it up Chris 🤙
I really like this show. It’s the best English based wine podcast, and therefore the best wine podcast as many of the US based ones I don’t find relevant.
It’s a quirky format of Chris’s own news, wine news and then and interview
His extensive knowledge comes across and the wine news (Well presented by Jane), is always interesting and interspersed with his opinion of it. Which I really like. He’s optioned and he should be and the show is all the better for it.
There’s been feedback about he should stick to wine and not talk about what he’s doing or his training. But I think it adds another dimension to the show and humanises the podcast. (As some who does - some- ultra running - I enjoy it.)
Interviews are always good.
A great way to learn about the detail of some through interesting interviews.