Wine drinkers can make their contribution toward a reduction in the carbon footprint of wine by boycotting wines packaged in heavy bottles.
“We need fairy lights and lots of them,” said my wife Marion, with a note of urgency in her voice.
If New Zealand legalises medical marijuana, which seems likely, what affect is that likely to have on wine sales?
A few weeks ago I lamented the lack of wine show trophies named after women. There are a couple, but probably not much more than that.
The term “Lo-fi wine” is new to me, so when I stumbled across it online I turned to Mr Google for help.
Australia’s ‘National Champion’ entered in the Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships this year was Domaine Chandon Non-Vintage Brut.
When you buy a product online, you expect to receive exactly what you ordered. Right? I certainly do. Though unfortunately with wine, this is not always the case.
A rather bizarre documentary was screened on TV recently, titled Great Innovators: The Rise of Australian Wine.
“You’ve got an old modem, we can give you one that’s much faster,” said the rather pleasant salesman who’d knocked on my door.
Are you stuck in a wine rut? Humans are creatures of habit, so when we find something we like, we tend to stick with it.