Why do winemakers sample their grapes before picking?
Christmas and New Year holiday memories quickly fade as grapes start to ripen in Western Australia. Around February, winemaker Cathy… Read More
UNDERSTANDING FLAVOUR: Why does wine taste the way it does?
Winemakers Cathy and Neil Howard from Boots & All are here to explain the flavour of wine and why it… Read More
Did you know that Cabernet Sauvignon & Sauvignon Blanc are related?
Winemaker Cathy Howard from Boots & All is here to chat about the grape variety Cabernet Sauvignon, one of the… Read More
What’s the difference between Shiraz and Syrah?
Hi Angels, you would have noticed on the Naked Wines site that there are Syrah wines and there are Shiraz… Read More
What is wine decanting and why do people do it?
Is decanting one of those wine serving processes that remain a mystery to you?: What does it mean? Which wines… Read More
The history behind wine region, Geographe
Winemaker Cathy Howard from Boots & All is here to explain her wine region, Geographe. Keep on reading to find… Read More
What does the term Artisan mean?
Cathy & Neil Howard from Boots & All describe themselves as Artisan Winemakers, and it is a term which headlines… Read More
The difference between spur and cane pruning
It’s pruning time! This is when all the vines are cut back to allow the strongest shoots to thrive. Neil… Read More
What is Malolactic Fermentation?
Have you ever wondered how some wines have a creamy taste? It’s the process of Malolactic Fermentation. Talented WA winemaker… Read More
Archangel Heidi becomes a Winemaker for a day
Meet Heidi Holmes. She’s one of our incredible Archangels, who recently visited winemakers Neil and Cathy Howard from Boots &… Read More
What is a Vigneron?
Guest post from Cathy Howard, from Boots & All in Geographe – a wine region in Western Australia Hi Angels,… Read More
Cathy & Neil Howard’s Shiraz has it all…
…Boots & All! Angels, time really does fly. Just 5 months ago we introduced Cathy and Neil Howard from Geographe… Read More