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22/03/2017

Wine Myths And Commons Misunderstandings

There are some sayings about wine that are shared so frequently they have entered the realm of unquestioned truths.

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19 Apr 2016 by Jean-Marie Simart

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18/02/2017

INFOGRAPHIC - How To Become A Wine God

A short visual guide to becoming a wine tasting pro.

13/10/2016

Three Exciting New Wine Regions To Explore

Anyone with a passing knowledge of wine can name a famous wine region. Here are three you may not have heard of. Which will you add to your wine collection?

11/10/2016

3 Factors Not To Overlook When Starting A Wine Collection

Starting and maintaining a fine wine collection is no easy task. There are countless factors to consider – here are three which you may not have thought about.

21/01/2017

Will Gamay be the next star of New-Zealand wine?

Gamay has been grown in France for centuries, but some Kiwi winemakers believe it might be the next big thing in New Zealand. Read up on Gamay and its profile.

19/01/2017

Rockford Basket Press Shiraz 2001

BY JEAN-MARIE SIMART – Wine of the month... pure velvet in the mouth!

10/10/2016

Stranger Things: Mystery Microbes Affecting Terroir

You may have heard that 'terroir' is all about weather, soil, and winemaking techniques... but what about microbes? Could they be a key "component" of terroir?

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