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  • That's all fine and welcome to the site! There are many fine wines that you can enjoy (and that I do enjoy) without paying a fortune! What was the Sauvignon Blanc?If you like those, people can recommend a lot of them and you might be interested in trying some from different countries just to compare - they make them in New Zealand, Italy, Spain,... Read More

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  • I am retired and have a VERY modest cellar.  Live in the country with a few pets , livestock and herb & other gardens. Not very sophisticated tastes but prefer medium bodied varietals or blends, primarily reds and on a limited budget. This site came up in a search for a source for a light easy & inexpensive So. Am. Sauvignon Blanc which my local... Read More

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  • Red - one of the problems with recs for places like World Market and Total Wine is that you have to get the recommendations from someone in your area. The stores will have similar wines in most places, but there may be local differences, based on what's available from the local distributors. My suggestion is to look at Costco if there's one near... Read More

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  • Let’s just admit that, most likely, the closest thing that most American sports fans ever get to the Rugby World Cup is watching videos of Australian rugby player-turned NFLer Jarryd Hayne slicing and dicing his way through preseason defenses.  However, for the few of you who do love the sport and for the millions around the world who are watchi... Read More

    From the article What to drink during the Rugby World Cup? The Guardian's got the answer.


  • This past week, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation published a story that may be of some interest to wine drinkers around the world, partly because it provides proof that online wine sales are on the rise and partly because online social media accounts play a big role in how Australian wine drinkers make their decisions about what they'll p... Read More

    From the article Welcome to the New Cellar Door: Aussies, Kiwis Buying Online


  • First it was natural vs. synthetic cork. Then it was cork vs. screw cap. Recently we’ve been seeing boxes and cans take on the formidable glass bottle. Now, there is yet another traditional wine packaging assailant on the scene.New World countries like New Zealand and Australia are already using PET (polyethylene terephthalate) plastic wine bott... Read More

    From the article The Advent of Plastic Wine Bottles?


  • “Winemakers and other wine professionals are a generous lot. We have frequently written of a long list of winemakers and winery owners from those in our own enological 'neighborhood' to the group in California and Oregon, those along the East Coast, from the Old World appellations of Europe and the New World ones of South American, Australia, Ne... Read More

    From the article Wine Writer Extols Generosity of Wine Professionals


  • Turns out there’s a big difference not only in the way Aussie/Kiwi winemakers blend their wines, but also in the way they craft their social media strategies.  Australian firm Mastermind Consulting released this past month a white paper on the trends and statistics of the Facebook pages of Australia and New Zealand’s most Facebook-popular wine p... Read More

    From the article Finding Fandom: Consulting Firm Studies Australian, New Zealand Wine Industry's Most Savvy Social Networkers


  • The craft-made bandwagon in South Africa has plenty of room. The country’s wine industry has taken advantage of the extra seats, hopping on with all it’s might and promoting the supposed artisan nature of its products. Business Day Live reporter Michael Fridjhon isn’t buying it, though.  “The wine industry has not been able to resist the easy mo... Read More

    From the article South African Craft Wine Movement More Talk Than Taste?


  • Hold on tight. That’s the message University of Adelaide’s Wine Economics Research Center sent out to the world this week concerning China’s future prowess in the global wine industry, further reinforcing the Asian titan’s influence on the vino market.  “China is set to change global markets for wines dramatically, just as it has been doing and ... Read More

    From the article Aussie Researchers: China Will Take Wine World By Storm This Decade


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