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We’re getting seriously itchy feet, one of the great loves of wine is the ability to travel to far off distant lands and see the geography, culture and people that shape the wines we enjoy. So whilst we’re still isolated from those long European (or anywhere come to think of it) trips. Now’s the time...
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Best NV Champagne
Champagne, the ultimate celebration drink, not that’s we’ve had a lot of reasons to celebrate in 2020, but knowing your fizz is always important, especially here in Australia where we still import a huge amount making us the 6th biggest importer of Champagne in the world. The big prestige Champagnes, Dom Perignon, Salon and Crystal...
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Nicolas Joly Wines
The current crop of naturally leaning wines are often thought of as super approachable, drink them young wines. However the area of bio dynamic viticulture and winemaking isn’t just about the bright young things, and there are some stunning examples of wines made in the bio dynamic method, (Cullen comes to mind) that can really...
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Whilst we may not be able to get together quite so much at the moment, this extra time can be turned to building your prized wine collection whilst supporting the local wine industry. There have been some outstanding vintages for Australian wines in the last few years, and now is a great opportunity to grab...
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Dows Vintage Port 1977
Are you looking to fill your cellar with a few wines that will impress your dinner guests for years, even decades to come, without breaking the budget? We had a think about what super high value wines everyone should have in the cellar. Here are a few favorites. Vintage Port Over the years we’ve amassed...
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Wine Cellaring
So there I was staring into the abyss of my wine storage cellar figuring out why I couldn’t fit this new case in. The answer was of course obvious, I have not been drinking the cellar down at the required rate. Not only is this poor planning, but it also rather defeats the purpose in...
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Wine Tasting Area
We often get quizzed on the do’s and don’ts of cellaring wine from our wine storage customers and new clients. We thought we should jot these down, if nothing more than to check our answers are correct. However it’s not all about the cellar, being wine lovers everyone is interested in what’s stashed away in...
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Loire Valley Wine regions
Ever been to see a band you thought you only kind of liked, but then were blown away by their huge back catalogue of banging tracks you know all the words to? Well in the vinous sense I give to you the Loire Valley.  France’s longest river is the home of 69 AOC’s, and it...
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A recent trade tasting gave us an updated insight to the wonders the Chardonnay grown across this region. From Petit-Chablis through to Grand Cru’s the mineral drive of these wines is something to really think about from a cellaring point of view. With high acidity, balanced fruit and a range of complexities from winemaking, barrel...
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(Pic: Ashlee Fischer) It’s already been a hot Sydney summer, but the weather will keep temperatures high and even add bigger changes as cooler nights warm up to hot days. Something your wines really won’t like. Therefore we thought that whilst summer may be on its way out, keeping your wines in pristine condition over...
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