Global Wineries

+32 3 326 81 70 Merksemsestraat 23
Antwerpen, 2060
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Global Wineries was founded on the 1st of January 2004 and is a fusion of Godevin (Hungarian Wines) and Calistoga New World Wines. Calistoga was founded in February 1994 by Paul Dielen. With his degree of Translator/Interpreter Franch-Spanish he started looking for an activity by which he could use his languages especially the Spanish. Due to his strong interest in wine Paul started selling Spanish wines. Gradually the assortiment was enlarged with wines from other countries. In 2000 he changed his one men's business into a limited company and he became a full-time wineseller. Godevin was founded in November 1992 by Peter Goossens who's been active as Head Winetaster for many years in one of Antwerp's most outstanding restaurants. Why Hungarian wines? Peter was looking for something new, something completely different. After the fall of the Wall he by luck, got in the possession of some Hungarian wines wich he liked very much. After a visit to Hungary and some tastings at several winemakers he decided Read more »

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  • During our Global Tasting Initiatives, we try to offer guidance regarding what wines in the marketplace are among the better buys. While I am proud of the work I do with these specific notes, I am far from comprehensive in my recommendations.  With so many wines to try, so many wineries with varying shipping schedules, and the limited availabili... Read More

    From the article Top Zinfandel Producers


  • Unless you've been living under a rock, you have heard the news that Montalcino producers, in a landslide vote, rejected a proposal to allow international grape varieties in Rosso di Montalcino. By law, Brunello di Montalcino and Rosso di Montalcino must be made by 100% Sangiovese grapes. The vote was held last week at an assembly called by the ... Read More

    From the article Rosso di Anywhere


  • Okay, so this is not news, and it's been discussed on the forum before. In the spirit of GDP's new rants, I figured I'd throw mine out there as well. I've seen too many hangovers caused by misjudged pacing due to wild variations in alcohol content.Mostly this is difficult in restaurants. If we're shopping in stores we can check the label easily ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Why are some wines so alcoholic?


  • Watching stage one today, I saw an ad for a "virtual" TdF.  Wasn't paying a lot of attention but I guess it's one of those things where you put your bike up on rollers and watch video or something. Kind of silly when the weather is as good as it has been here in the Bay Area.But the bigger reason my mind wandered was I remembered someone who dra... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Virtual Tour de France


  • The cork vs. screwcap as a wine bottle closure argument/discussion has been done more than once on these pages.  My point here is to encourage some discussion around the merits (or lack-there-of) of arguments in favor of cork as an ethical choice, similar to choosing organic wines, etc.The journalof the Ecological Society Of America published th... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Cork advocacy from the...


  •  OK, add together Parker's influence over the past decade or two, Chinese money over the past few years, and a little bit of marketing acumen by LVMH, the Bordelaise and even the odd Southern Californian. What results? Hopefully a bubble in prices that can't continue indefinitely, after an event like the likely Chinese bubble burst within a coup... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Where the market is now on...


  • An interesting column by Jim Lefevere at Forbes on the forces changing or representing change in the wine market in the US these days. He lists 10 dynamics:Wine consumption growthGeneration YThe global wine villageDrink localTechnology changes everythingBrand vs. landAlternative packagingResidual sugarWine and healthPolitics and the lawwith two ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Are these the 10 locomotive...


  • I’m  slightly embarrassed  to say I’ve never tasted English wine,  that may be a good or bad thing, I’ve yet to find out.From what I can gather wine production here is overseen and regulated by the European union. The recommended Varieties for the UK are.........Huxelrebe Madeleine Angevine 7672 MullerThurgau (Rivaner)ReichensteinerSchonburgerSe... Read More

    Forum post in the topic English Wine !


  • Black Bart Bounty Syrah 2006

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    Lot 18My Account Log OutShipping to Texas Products0items in your cart 2006 Black Bart Bounty SyrahSyrah Napa Valley Red Wine Critically acclaimed Syrah from the founder of Stagecoach Vineyards Sale expired on March 1, 2011Sale ClosedCritic ReviewsWINE SPECTATOR90Tight and firm, with mineral, sage, dried berry, pepper and spice presented in a... Read More

    Wine review by vicgeorge


  • Japanese back in the '80s, UK and French money from before that, Australia and Chile more recently. Not too surprising, but I suppose it is a milestone of sorts.From the April 24 issue of Wine Industry insight... Chinese Investors Buy Into Napa ValleyChinese investors have made international headlines over the past year buying chateaux in Fran... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Another shoe drops: Chinese...


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