Author: paul

South America has become a region that is gaining a strong reputation for the production of good quality wines. The wine yards here produce all the major varieties of wine and while many wine enthusiasts will be familiar with them, there are some that they may not have heard of. Old Vine Malbec A really […]

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Wine is like fashion. Rather than making it more transparent and easier to understand, people tend to mystify this old drink. In most parts of the world, wine is food; it is part of people’s life. This is why more and more people are investing in vineyards or wine yards. However, purchasing a vineyard cannot […]

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Not everyone considers the UK to be a real producer of wine but there are a growing number of wine yards in England, particularly in the southern counties where the climate is a little milder. Wine is being produced in the UK at a strong rate now and the wine yards there are very welcoming […]

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For many people who spend time touring wine yards all over the world, the point is not simply to try different wines, but to find new wines to add to the wine cellar. For those who want to start a collection, there are a few things that are essential. The first thing is reasonable storage. […]

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The Champagne region is not actually a region at all. It is a relatively small area and the name comes from the sparkling wine that is produced in the area. It is only sparkling wine from this part of France that is allowed to be referred to as ‘Champagne’. The methods for creating sparkling wine […]

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Australia is now one of the top producers of wine in the world. This vast country has no less than 60 designated wine areas so it can be hard for the wine buff to know where to start if they want to visit one or two of the wine yards. De Bortoli in Yarra Valley […]

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