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Lunch at the d’Arenberg Cube, McLaren Vale, South Australia

“Enjoyable perfection,” says Jean-Marie Simart about his visit to the crazy creation that sits in a vineyard of a winemaker who certainly knows how to think outside the box.

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19 Apr 2016 by Jean-Marie Simart

SPOTLIGHT ON: Bistrot Gavroche, Sydney

By JEAN-MARIE SIMART - New French bistrot in Sydney. Did someone say Vin Jaune?... read more

08 Jan 2016 by Mark Baulderstone

The 5 Best Things You Can Do To Wine

Mark Baulderstone, M.D. of Riedel Australia, shares with us his top 5 rituals when it comes to wine enjoyment.... read more



How To Really Taste Wine: Getting The Basics Right

Make the most of your wine tasting experiences by nailing down the basic processes!


Give The Gift Of Wine This Xmas

Find inspiration for Xmas presents in your wine cellar. If you are planning to give the gift of wine this Xmas, consider these four tips first.


Hello Thibaut - meet our man behind the Concierge mailbox

Everyone from budding enthusiasts to connoisseurs naturally have questions as their wine collection evolves. Vintec Club members don’t have far to look for expert help – our dedicated Concierge is on call.


Three unique properties of Champagne

Sounds like a new year with the pop of a cork, the bang of fireworks and the gentle fizz as the clock strikes midnight - there's literally nothing quite like Champagne - here's why!


‘Tis the season to eat, drink wine and be merry!

The holidays are almost here… time to dust down some favourites from your collection and look no further for a little inspiration.


The History Of The Wine Cellar

Wine cellars date back over 3,000 years as the ancient Greeks and Romans became aware of the potential of aged wines.

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