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Seguin Moreau Oak Oenochips and Oenofinisher now available

The ultimate optimisation of your wines and spirits in record time. Murphy and Son wine are delighted to now offer a selection of Oak Chips and compacted bricks from the renowned cooperage Seguin...

A year in the life of an Engish Winemaker- June/July

Vineyard After a cool start to the growing season, the vines at Renishaw Hall are starting to catch up and we are now entering full flowering across the vineyard. This is a key time of year for us as...

Time for an update to our EU customers!

There are few changes that we need to introduce and there are few details that we would like to remind you of. Please be aware that we can be flexible- just contact us if you have a requirement that...

A year in the life of an English Winemaker- April-May

There are few better places to be than the vineyard in the first warm spring days of the year, with the warmth signifying renewed growth and moving towards flowering and, ultimately, fruit. At this...

It Will All Come Out In The Wash- Enzymes and Distillers

Words By Adam Johnson First Featured in the Distillers Journal Issue 1 Summer 2021 It is always a pleasure to be asked to write for the Brewers Journal and it is a nice challenge to put something...

All about Enzymes- Pectinase in white wine- Guest Blogger Lallemand Oenology

Written by Sigrid Gertsen-Schibbye Enzymes conjure up the vision of certain alchemy with their complex names and nebulous, yet fantastic effect in winemaking. One wonders if they are having an impact...

Kosher Product Update

Inclusivity is at the heart of what we do here at Murphy & Son. Therefore we connected with Rabbi Danny Moore who helped us review our products and develop our Kosher offering. We are...

A year in the life of an English Winemaker- January-February

For many, January has become a month that they try and see the back of – with dry January and the bank balance attempting to perform a regain after spending more than usual in December....

Wine Wednesday- Filtration, Clarification and Sterility

Following the completion of fermentation and malolactic fermentation (MLF) wines will start to clarify on their own. If this occurs slower than you may want, you can also consider filtration as a...