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2014 Pitalos

 

Decanter, a wine lifestyle magazine, has recognised a new set of excellent wines in this year's the World Wine Awards (WWA).

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Posted By Madelyn Ebro

There’s not such as thing as too much Pinot Noir.

 

Established in 2013 by the 4th generation vintners, Carlo and Dante, RAEN wines gives a whole new meaning to loving Pinot Noir. It is a manifestation of their philosophy, mantra, their creed, and ultimately - a realisation towards their dream of how a fine wine should look, taste, and feel.

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Australian Pinot Noir with Shaw + Smith

 

What started as a small step -  bringing cuttings aboard a ship in 1788 - has now magnified into hectares of Australian wineries. 

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Branching out to Diversity

Monday September 26, 2016

Alvaro-Palacios-Oli-D-Oliva-Verge-Extra-Olive-Oil

 

They say the sign of growth is to explore beyond one’s comfort zone. It is to accept a challenge and to strive in overcoming the obstacles towards the goal. The time when one company acts on the immense opportunity waiting to be unlocked is the moment when they begin to branch out to diversely – opening themselves and their customers to more valuable options. Among those brands that decided to take a risk going outside the box is the infamous winemaker, Alvaro Palacios, as they offer Oli D’Oliva Verge Extra Olive Oil. 

 

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Posted By Madelyn Ebro

The 5-Star Streak of Mitolo

Thursday September 22, 2016

The 5-Star Streak of Mitolo

 

There is a myriad of available wines being produced every year. That means each year you’ll be surrounded by either bad, mediocre, or amazing wines. Of course, as exciting it is to taste the unfamiliar flavour, it would be a waste if you will not be able to immediately savour the best ones. Luckily, we’re here to share with you what wines you should look forward.

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Posted By Madelyn Ebro

Celebrating Chardonnay

Thursday September 22, 2016

Wente Vineyards Celebrating Chardonnay

 

Wente Vineyards continues to amplify the Chardonnay experience by inviting special guests and club members in their estate for an intimate and memorable event under the sunny California skies.

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Posted By Madelyn Ebro

Louis Latour Wines

 

For most parts of the Northern hemisphere, it’s the judgement day as harvest fills the brim of the wine grower’s basket. Every day is a bustling activity at the vineyards as people hand pick the produce and transport it to the winery. An acre of ripe grapes could teasingly entice passersby to take their pick. From this, expect an explosion of flavours coming from Pinot, Chardonnay, Sauvignon and so on.

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Posted By Madelyn Ebro

The Torbreck Vintage

 

A result of technique, skills, and hard work the man behind the Torbreck winery was able to bring back to life a barren vineyard in the early 90s. An experienced lumberjack, David Powell named his wine ‘Torbreck’ after a forest in Scotland where he used to work.

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Posted By Madelyn Ebro

Maison Paul Jaboulet

 

There are more approximately 10,000 varietal grapes in the world and we are blessed to enjoy the fruits of research in producing wines. Imagine, an endless aisle of wines for you to choose from – Cabernet, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and the list goes on. One can talk about wines for a day and still have something to look forward to the next day. The extent of wines is amazing. But for now, let us talk about one of the widely planted red wine varieties – Syrah. 

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Posted By Madelyn Ebro

Wente Wines

 

A reputation built on the endless pursuit of quality and excellence. A legacy built by generations of a family whose ambition is propelled by their love of what they do – to produce great Californian Chardonnay.

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Posted By Madelyn Ebro
 

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