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Retro Barossa wine brand set for rebirth

November 6, 2017 Beverage, Headline News No Comments

An iconic Barossa wine brand of the 1970s and ’80s is being revived to appeal to nostalgic drinkers and celebrate the history of the region. … Continue Reading

The Bordeaux Village Is Back at The CCB (Asia) Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival – With More!

November 4, 2017 Beverage No Comments

With a 55 strong delegation made up of wine growers, merchants and agents from the tourist industry, Bordeaux Village will spread out over 44 stalls dedicated to Bordeaux’s appellations, the Bordeaux Wine School, the Bordeaux Métropole Tourist Office and the Atlantic Port of Bordeaux. … Continue Reading

Real Men Do Drink Rosé

November 4, 2017 Beverage No Comments

THERE’S something of a revolution underway in the world of wine, with markets from Australia to Europe, Africa to the USA, and just about everywhere in-between, recording phenomenal growth in the sales of pink rosé. … Continue Reading

Rare 18-Liter Bottle of 2013 Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon Revealed @ K Rico South American Steakhouse on November 8, 2017

November 4, 2017 Beverage No Comments

K Rico South American Steakhouse, the latest concept from New York City’s seasoned restaurateurs, John and Tommy Greco, is the first restaurant in the United States to uncork a rare 18-liter bottle of 2013 Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon. … Continue Reading

John Rozentals Wine Column for Week Beginning Oct 30. With Pic of David Lowe And Three Wines Reviewed

October 30, 2017 Beverage No Comments

JOHN ROZENTALS salutes a brave effort in producing a preservative-free wine. … Continue Reading

William Grant & Sons Relaunches Drambuie With Refined New Look

October 30, 2017 Beverage No Comments

Premium whisky liqueur Drambuie has unveiled a striking new bottle. Fans of the liqueur will be pleased to hear that only the bottle has undergone a makeover, with the liquid inside remaining exactly the same as the original. The top secret Drambuie recipe has been kept just that for nearly 250 years, with only three people at William Grant & Sons knowing the recipe to this day. … Continue Reading

Tassie Pinot Gris’ Cool Success Story

October 28, 2017 Beverage No Comments

WHILE living in the UK in the early 1980s, Bob and Rita Richter spent a lot of time exploring the wine-growing regions of Europe, and concluding that Europe’s best wines were coming out of its cooler regions. … Continue Reading

Make It Wine Time, Any Time

October 28, 2017 Beverage No Comments

Whether it’s to celebrate a special occasion, or just wind down at the end of a long day, there’s nothing much better than pouring yourself a glass (or two…) of wine or bubbles. … Continue Reading

JOHN ROZENTALS returns from Mudgee thinking about full-bodied dry reds and urges readers to go with the flow of the tannins.

October 23, 2017 Beverage No Comments

Tannin structure is critical to the way that a red wine tastes and responds to food, yet I doubt that most winelovers understand tannins. … Continue Reading

Wine Empire Started in Mum’s Laundry

October 21, 2017 Beverage No Comments

MENTION wine and Calabria in the same breath and for most of us the NSW Riverina comes straight to mind – for it was here in the 1940s that Italian migrant Francesco Calabria started making wine in his wife Elisabetta’s laundry tubs from grapes he was growing on their new-fangled fruit farm outside the-now city of Griffith. … Continue Reading

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