If you’re a regular Vintage Cellars shopper, you’ve probably noticed that once a year they promote a collection of wines as their picks of the best wines of their type for the preceding year.
The recent use of my review for the amazing AUD $20 Epsilon 2016 Shiraz, by online retailer My Wine Guy, is questionable in several ways.
Travel is about the exploration of the new, and wine is a large part of the journey.
Have you ever wondered why some winery cellar doors charge for samples and others don’t?
Can French rosé be produced by blending red and white grapes? My article a few weeks ago sparked several responses.
Champagne is one of the world’s most expressive and distinctive wine styles. There simply is no substitute.
When a wine claims to have been made without any additions I expect it to be, well… additive-free.
Big 750ml wine bottles look great. They help justify inflated prices and add a little glamour to the dining table.
It’s always irritated me slightly that we call certain grapes ‘white’ grapes, and the wine made from them, ‘white’ wine.
A chance remark from a fellow wine enthusiast made me wonder if producers of premium wines in this country pay enough attention to packaging.