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In-Flight Wine
Wine Science
If I have the exceptional pleasure of flying a long haul flight in Business Class, I might get some excitement out of the wine list. But familiar favorites seldom taste the way I am expecting them to taste.
Australian Nebbiolo
Wine Trends

The Piedmontese twins of Barolo and Barbaresco are hot property across the vinous globe, shining the...

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 Serving & Collecting Series with World’s Best Sommelier, Arvid Rosengren.
Sommelier Tips

In this exclusive series of short videos produced by the Vintec Club, Arvid Rosengren, ASI World’s Best Sommelier 2016 and Vintec Global Ambassador, gives his top tips & tricks for serving wines with perfection, and planning and starting a ...

Read More October 2021
jancis robinson interview
Wine Trends

The Wine That Moves You

Michael Wreyford Michael Wreyford

Michael has a sip and a chat with the famous Journalist and Wine Writer Jancis Robinson, MW. One of the most recognized and respected voices in the world of wine.

Read More October 2021
Tips For Creative Wine Tastings
Sommelier Tips

Bored by the standard wine tasting format? Here are some tips to jazz up your enjoyment of wine and provide your guests with a night to remember. These days, wine tasting is a fully fledged leisure activity, from touring wine regions around the world...

Read More September 2021
hunter valley Australia
Wine Regions

Grape vines were planted in the Hunter Valley, just north of Sydney, almost 200 years ago. The infant industry was given a boost when James Busby sent 365 vine cuttings he had imported from France to his brother-in-law at Kirkton near Branxton in 183...

Read More September 2021
What’s corked wine?
Sommelier Tips

What’s corked wine?

Richard Hemming, MW Richard Hemming, MW

Widely discussed but often misunderstood, cork taint is a single, specific wine fault. Here’s how to identify corked wine – and what you can do about it. Without realizing it, you have probably tasted corked wine. You might have eaten cor...

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Why You Should Care About The Name Champagne
Wine Regions

There’s nothing like abusing the hallowed term ‘champagne’ to get its producers in a fizz. Frenchmen were frothing at the mouth in July when Russia decided to step up its protection of locally made products, declaring that only its ...

Read More August 2021
wine science
Wine Science

The Origin of Flavors in Wine

Erica Landin-Löfving Erica Landin-Löfving

At a dinner many years ago I sat next to a woman who, when I said I worked as a wine writer, told me that her favorite wines were the ones with blackberries and plums. For a second I was perplexed, pondering how many wines actually had added fruit fl...

Read More August 2021
Tasmania Wines
Wine Regions

Tasmania Wines

Peter Bourne Peter Bourne

Tasmania is a cool, pristine island growing some of Australia’s most sought after wines. Sparkling wines lead the way with Pinot Noir and Chardonnay table wines likewise in high demand. Volumes are minuscule, the quality astonishingly high.

Read More August 2021
 Italian Wine Cellar
Collecting and Aging

France has long been revered for cellaring classics. Yet as prices for Bordeaux and Burgundy soar, aficionados are looking beyond these benchmarks and Italian wines are ripe for the picking. Italy isn’t new to savvy collectors. The country brag...

Read More August 2021

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