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sauvignon blanc New Zealand
Wine Regions
Reports of Sauvignon Blanc’s demise have been as greatly exaggerated as Mark Twain’s death. Having become New Zealand’s most important wine variety almost two decades ago, naysayers have since been asking if the country is a one-tri...
how to throw a wine party
Sommelier Tips

Whether it was inspired from a memorable wine weekend getaway, discovering a new bottle at home with...

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Wine aging International Wine club
Wine Science

Aging With Grace

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Wine aging is, at first sight, decently easy with big rewards. Buy a bottle, forget about it for a year or five, and get a completely new wine to drink. Some cheapish bottles can turn into memorable sensory experiences with age and the great wines re...

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What’s cool in Australian wine right now?
Wine Trends

Beyond oaky Chardonnay and fruit-bomb Shiraz, Australia is making a huge array of super-trendy wine styles, often from the most unexpected sources. Here’s a guide to what’s cool Down Under – including some recommendations for what t...

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Austria vineyard Blaufränkisch wine
Wine Trends

“It smells like Romanée-Conti!” exclaimed one of Sweden’s premier sommeliers in surprise, finding a Blaufränkisch from Spitzerberg in his glass. A better sign that Austria’s top producers have left behind the over-...

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Misha's Vineyard, Central Otago, NZ
Wine Regions

Why has New Zealand Pinot Noir become so successful in less than 40 years? Burgundy has had centuries to perfect its signature variety but in just a few decades, New Zealand has made up ground quicker than a cheetah.

Read more March 2021
Sommelier Tips

On the occasion of the Whisky 101 Masterclass with Vintec Club partner, the Scotch Malt Whisky Society, on Thursday 25th March, discover whisky's history and understand how the Society was born!

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Wine Regions

Barossa Shiraz is universally regarded as Australia’s benchmark wine. but there’s been a shift away from the power and longevity with lighter, lither and brighter Shiraz.

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Wine Science

50 Shades Of Pink

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Beyond its refreshing and easy-going perception, rosé wines are the most technical winemaking style. Serious rosé wines can provide exceptional personality and character, as well as maturation potential.

Read more February 2021
Wine Regions

Starting at 600 meters of altitude, the Orange Wine Region G.I. is home to diverse climates, elavation and soil, allowing the production of a range of varietals and wine styles. All of that, just 4 hours away from Sydney.

Read more January 2021
Collecting and Aging

Along with the release of Langton's Summer Reds 6-pack, Langton's Head of International Buying, Jesper Kjaersgaard, shares with Vintec Club Members insights about lighter reds and tips to drink them for an enjoyable summer.

Read more January 2021

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