Aussie Wines

31 Leonie Hill
Singapore, 239229
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  • Interesting in a red wine something similar to Taylor Port I think I got a little sick from it yesterday so I either need a better brand or drunk it with the wrong food but I definitely like the taste. The cost was $7 Read More

    Forum post in the topic Red fruity smooth wine


  • For all their history of gods and guzzlers, Greek wines have hardly reached divine heights. According to a recent post by the Indian Wine Academy, the wines of the land of Olympus may be headed to a better future, finally bringing the wines up to the standards of which the country's citizens boasted. “In recent times and especially since the tou... Read More

    From the article Beware of Greeks Bearing Wine? Maybe Not For Long, Indian Wine Blog Says


  • The script reads like a fiction novel. A fine arts graduate, a server and former environmental consultant plan to use crowdfunding, their own funds and loans to raise the capital they need to open their winery. The threesome began their journey by securing square footage in an old mill in Castlemaine, Australia, which had spent many years bounci... Read More

    From the article From Wool to Carpets to Vino: Crowdfunded Aussie Trio Buys Factory To Make Wine


  • I'm putting together a blind tasting of sparkling wines, ideally with all four methods of sparkling wine production represented.Trà linh chiThere are, of course, lots of examples of traditional method sparkling wines to choose from (Champagne, Cava). Same goes for the Charmat method wines (Prosecco).Where I need suggestions is the transfer metho... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Need advice for sparkling...


  • After much agony and discernment, I have chosen the official wine for my Super Bowl party this year. Over the 9 years I've hosted this event, it is probably the least exotic selection, not to mention least expensive.  Given the fact chili is the main dish (oh please, don't turn your nose. After all, we're American pigskin fans, not Bolsheviks), ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Super Bowl, Super Wine


  • If you can find a copy of the Wine Lovers Companion, a nice book small enough to fit in a handbag, it's a great place to start.  Excellent section about tasting terminology, a section on how to read wine labels--but you'll need a PhD to start decoding those German wines.  A to Z of terms, regions, grape varieties. you name it, so you don't have ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic No clue about Wine Terminology


  • I have been trying to find info on wine terminology. Im lost everytime I visit the wine section and read the reviews as I dont know what they mean.  Please help. I enjoy red and whites that are not very sweet and not dry and that I can drink 3 sips at once without  having to pucker. Not as sweet as Beringers white zifandel  and not as dry as Mir... Read More

    Forum post in the topic No clue about Wine Terminology


  • Canberra is becoming more than just the home to Australia's capital city. The Canberra region's wine industry has seen a considerable growth in the past five years, according to a story published this past Sunday by The Canberra Times.  “Canberra district fine wines have been labelled the 'flavour of the month' with many vignerons experiencing a... Read More

    From the article Aussie Wine Region On The Rise


  • One Australian winery is making sure it protects its skins – in this case, the epidermis in question belongs to the grapes. This past week, United Kingdom-based news outlet BBC reported that Hunter Valley's Tyrrell Winery is using sunscreen to protect grapevines dating back to the late 1800's, making them some of the oldest and best-protected gr... Read More

    From the article Aussie Winery Slathers Grapes In Sunblock


  • Hazed and confused, it is not.  Yesterday Food Standards Australian New Zealand (FSNAZ) approved an application for the use of Proctase in winemaking, an enzyme which is used to “ensure haze free wine”, a press release from the Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI) said.  The approval could potentially free up $1 billion per year in estimate... Read More

    From the article New Enzyme Allowance Clears Up Aussie Wine, Budget


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