To age or not to age Amarone? The answer is as complex as the finest Amarone themselves. Ultimately it comes down to quality and how you like to drink your 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.
As a fledgling wine collector, or even a seasoned master with a good number of rare, aged bottles in your portfolio, you'll understand that beginning and nurturing a quality wine collection can be a complicated business.
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 ...
The Southern Highlands is one of the most beautiful areas in New South Wales, easily reached from Sydney through an easy 120-km ride, buzzing with art galleries, shops, events, beautiful restaurants and…14 wineries as well as a bunch of distil...
London, Korea, the Rhône: all of them are famously divided into north and south, and each half views its neighbor with suspicion.
Sicily is a raw, bucolic yet enchantingly beautiful island scattering with ancient ruins and inhabited by a feisty population who don’t think of themselves as Italians but proudly ‘Sicilian’.
Despite its classic stature and ties with tradition, Brunello is meeting the challenges of a brave new world thanks to a dynamic mix of the region’s diverse producers.
Throughout the year, new releases from Italy’s various denominations are trotted out. When should you open them? From Veneto to Piedmont and into Tuscany, here is an ageing guide for Italian wines that have hit shelves in 2022.