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Stones of Gold

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  Stones of Gold Situated near Lyon, at the southern, warmer end of Beaujolais, is a little village called Charnay. On the northwest edge of the...
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Rueda, Verdejo

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Rueda Verdejo Herederos del Marqués de Riscal was founded by Don Guillermo Hurtado de Amézaga in 1858, in Rioja, Spain. Don Francisco Javier Hurtado de Amézaga,...

Who’s Laughing Now?

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Who's Laughing Now? Since 1912 the Osborn family have tended vineyards in McLaren Vale, South Australia. Today, fourth generation family member, Chester Osborn is making...

In search of affordable White Burgundy

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  The very top bracket of white wines from Burgundy are the stuff of legend, be they the Grand Cru or Premier Cru Montrachet, (Montrachet,...

It’s Wine Jim, But Not as We Know It

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  Bourbon Barrel Aged Wine   Young Things Whilst ‘Natural’ and ‘Orange’ wines get a lot of press as the biggest new trends to hit the wine...

The Sound of White

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  Catalina Sounds winery in Marlborough, New Zealand is the proud owner of one of the most unique and exceptional vineyards in the entire region....

1955, The Old Railroad Vineyard and Other Terroirs

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Chateau Haut Blanville is a family owned winery in the Languedoc region of southern France. The winery sources its fruit from a number of vineyards...

To Summit

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  Catalina Sounds celebrates the 100th anniversary of the birth of Sir Edmund Hillary, the first man to conquer Everest, a Catalina navigator in the...

From Gnadenfrei to Marananga

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  Gnadenfrei ‘free by the grace of god’ Marananga ‘by my own two hands’   The Barossa Valley is one of Australia’s oldest and most celebrated wine...

Yarra Rising

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  The Rising Vineyard sits in the Christmas Hills between St. Andrews and Yarra Glen, so named for the emancipated convict David Christmas; who managed...