The release of Cristal 2012, in early 2020, will be the first to have been farmed 100% biodynamically. It’s a tremendous moment in the landscape of prestige champagnes.
Most wine lists leave you spoilt for choice but they can be overwhelming – ever get that feeling? Then it’s time to make a new BFF in the sommelier.
Sulfites in wine is a topic that can easily lead to heated discussions among wine lovers, especially if half the group favor classic styles and the other half has a penchant for 'natural wine'.
The wines of France’s Jura region are gaining popular ground thanks to their producers’ emphasis on natural wine-making. They are also the focus of Vintec Club Australia’s first national tour of 2020.
Italian Varietals, California Style. Consider taking a closer look at some classic Old World and New World Italian varietals. Once you find out a bit more of what they have to offer, you’ll enjoy sharing and comparing with your wine-loving frie...
“Le vin du Diable” - the Devil’s wine. Not what one would expect to call the deliciously elegant bubbly prized all over the world. But this is indeed what champagne was called by many Champenoise in the 1600’s.