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Wine Masters – Wine Edutainment at its best…. Burgundy – Joseph Drouhin – Burgundy tasting tradition (farmhousefilm.nl) Recently, I was given the opportunity to preview Series 1 of the Wine Masters. This is a series of five wine documentaries exploring the regions of Northern Rhone, […]
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Have we learned NOTHING about a) how small the internet has made the world & b) how to pack our sometimes overly inflated egos away when discussing wine with others? Recently, I saw a post from a wine influencer who took offence to a customer […]
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This is a surprising wine in many ways. Firstly, the Ruchè grape is one of those obscure Northern Italian grape varieties that are very localised to one region. This time it is a region spread across seven communes. According to ilruche.it, it is grown on […]
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The vineyards of Mount Langi Ghiran have a unique location at the base of bluff which directs cool air through out the vines, making these shiraz grapes some of the latest picked in Australia. And making the Langi Shiraz, a worthy flagship for cool climate […]
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Wine Musing by Lisa Johnston - 4d ago
Not just an accessory for summer, rose/rosado/rosato or pink wine in any accent, when carefully made, is a wine for sharing with friends, enjoying with food or just enjoying while you are winding down for the day.  And this rosado has been made with food […]
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There are more ‘Ripasso’ wines appearing on our shelves these days. The Ripasso method gives the Valpolicella DOC wines a lift of flavour complexity and fruit weight by giving the must contact with the skins of the just finished fermenting grapes of an Amarone wine. […]
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While the region of Contra Costa County is not as well known as nearby neighbours Napa or Sonoma, the Contra Costa AVA is a region that has vineyards dating back over a century. And this family estate has vineyards that date back to 1888 and […]
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Turkey Flat has some of the Barossa Valley’s old vineyards with some of their original vines dating back to 1847. This wine celebrates the rich history of the Rhone grapes in the region, usually wine drinkers immediately think of shiraz or grenache and often forget […]
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Wine Musing by Lisa Johnston - 3w ago
Peter and Cathy Seghesio make Chardonnay and Pinot Noir the focus of their Journeyman label while their San Lorenzo label is dedicated to fine zinfandel. If you are after a lush style of Chardonnay, a glass of this wine will certainly be welcome. It is […]
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