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SYLTBAR ​Ramato  could be your next obsession

SYLTBAR ​Ramato could be your next obsession

28th Jun 2020

There is a new wonderful value wine called Ramato which today is also in the focus among US wine consumers. It’s beautiful smooth taste and color which we describe as Copper or in between Orange and Pink makes it very different.Ramato HistoryWhile Pi … read more
We count on Mr Big and the real Bottle size

We count on Mr Big and the real Bottle size

8th Jun 2020

What is the meaning behind the names used for wine bottle sizes ? Every bottle size is telling a story and our Mr Big bottle Jeroboam tells a very special one. Piccolo/ Splits The name of this mini bottle has an Italian origin and means “small” Picco … read more
​The Difference between Brut and Extra Dry

​The Difference between Brut and Extra Dry

2nd Jun 2020

Brut and Extra Dry are the most well known classifications around the World for Sparkling Wines such as Prosecco, Cava and Champagne. The majority stores don’t sell other types of classifications in order to make it easy for the customer to select. B … read more
Vivino Wine Style Awards 2020 - SYLTBAR Ranks Top 2

Vivino Wine Style Awards 2020 - SYLTBAR Ranks Top 2

Posted by SYLTBAR Team on 1st Jun 2020

In the 6th annual Vivino awards, SYLTBAR was nominated and won a 2nd place feature.  About Vivino Wine Style Awards:  Vivino’s 2020 Wine Style Awards feature the best wines in the world and are solely determined by wine drinker … read more
Healthy  Memorial Weekend with SYLTBAR

Healthy Memorial Weekend with SYLTBAR

Posted by SYLTBAR Team on 25th May 2020

MEET SYLTBAR: LOW-CALORIE, LOW-SUGAR, ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE WINES THAT TASTE GREAT I love wine. I love drinking it, I love pairing it with meals, and I love sharing it with my friends and family. … read more
SYLTBAR Pinot Grigio from Friuli/Northern Italy

SYLTBAR Pinot Grigio from Friuli/Northern Italy

18th May 2020

Many people think “Italian White Wine” Pinot Grigio is the first which comes to mind. As we know many people don’t like Pinot Grigio because of its natural taste, even though being the most imported wine variety in the United States of America. One c … read more