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Wines of the Burgundy Region

BURGUNDY Burgundy claims, like Bordeaux, to produce the greatest red wines in the world, but they are much more elusive. The Pinot Noir grape from which all good Burgundy is made is notoriously fickle. In stark contrast to the Cabernet … Continue reading

09. July 2013 by admin
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Ordering Wine in the Restaurant: FAQs

IN THE RESTAURANT Q. When the waiter presents a bottle I have ordered, what is the procedure? A. Look at the label to make sure it is exactly what you ordered, especially the vintage. If you ordered the sort of … Continue reading

04. July 2013 by admin
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Wine Bottles and Bottle Stink

Wine Bottles Although up to the present time the choice of a bottle for a particular drink has enabled a huge variety of shapes and colours to be put on the market, the situation tends to be towards standardisation, both … Continue reading

13. December 2011 by admin
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Hermann Buring and Australian Wine Making

One of the most respected names in Australian winemaking. One branch, through T.C. Hermann Buring, in partnership with Carl Sobels, established the ‘Quelltaler’ establishment, south of Clare, in the South Australian Clare-Watervale region. The word ‘Quelltaler’ may be roughly translated … Continue reading

13. December 2011 by admin
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