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SINCE THE BEGINNING of civilization, wine has been a source of pleasure to mankind. Wine is one of the first things Man created. No one knows who made the first wine or enjoyed its effect, but it is woven through the tapestry of human history like few other products. It has played many roles - as part of religious ceremonies, as medicine and antiseptic, as a source to ease pain, a water purifier , a transformer of meals into feasts, and as a comforting friend and a courageous partner. (copyright) We, Wine Culture, have distinguished ourselves as one of the premier fine & rare wines boutiques and distributors in Singapore and the region since our incorporation in 1999. We always aim to source for the finest and rarest wines and introduce our wide range of labels to our ever-increasing clients. We believe in providing our clients quality products and services, bringing to them the best names from prestigious wine regions. As such, we have a wide range of classified growth from Bordeaux and also represent Read more »

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  • Long are the annals or red wine's success in China, but few are the pages dedicated to the country's interest in white wine. A recent article by South China Morning Post reporter Wade Shepard explored the reasons behind this failure, as well as the failure of other Western products in China. The reasons for this, he said, are a matter of culture... Read More

    From the article SCMP Explains Why Pale Wine Waved the White Flag in China

  • The first sentence of Robert Sinskey's recent story in popular foodie haven ... through a brief history of wine culture and the factors which lead to the American golden era of the 100-point wine-rating system, saying the scoring framework “came at a perfect time” because “people distrusted wineries but were insecure with their own palate.” How... Read More

    From the article Sommelier Trumps Score: Foodie Website Eater Elevates Somm Over 90+ Points

  • I once, a few years back, almost pulled the trigger on a real estate purchase in the hills back behind the Big Sur coastline. Was reminiscing on that today, and wondered why I never hear about wine from that area. Is it because I'm so far away and out of touch and there actually are barrels and barrels of wine being made there, or because the cu... Read More

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  • Marlborough winemakers played the part of host and helper this week as the ... ... by an exhibit at the Changyu Wine Culture Museum. “The tourists may be willing to come when they are not (yet) wine drinkers,” the article said. “What struck us the most was the number of people who were interested in wine even though they didn't like the taste ... Read More

    From the article Kiwi Wineries Offer Chinese Visitors Tips on Wine Tourism

  • This past Friday Financial Review reporter Tim White examined the merits of Melbourne in relation to its standing, concluding that the city is Australia's best wine town hinderd by a clunky public transportation system. "Melbourne used to be one of the Great Wine Capitals of the World: the network – club if you like – of wine-centric cities, est... Read More

    From the article Critic Lauds Melbourne as Wine Capital, Lampoons Transit System

  • It may not be the Mona Lisa or The Last Supper, but it's definitely making news. This past week United Kingdom-based newspaper The Telegraph reported that a team Italian experts have identified the type of grape Leonardo da Vinci grew at his home and have planted a vineyard in Milan in honor of the great artist. “After a decade of research inclu... Read More

    From the article Italian Master's Vineyard Vicariously Voyages To New Milanese Home

  • Nikkei Asian Review is reporting that India's middle-class spenders are opening their wallets to the country's wine industry in a way which could cause a significant boost in the sector's profits. “Alcohol consumption in India is breaking free from the constraints formerly placed on its social acceptability by religious conservatism,” reporter S... Read More

    From the article India's Consumers Predicted To Put Rupees Where Their Reds Are

  • Well Ricardo - it's not that Peru can't produce good wine, it's just that it doesn't.Since there wasn't a huge wine drinking culture, they used the grapes to produce Pisco. Same thing in Spain of course - the most widely planted grape in the world was in Spain and was used for brandy. The main difference is that in addition to that, Spain had a ... Read More

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  • It never hurts to mix things up in the heat of competition. In response to the growing popularity of craft beer and spirits and their effect on the wine industry, students from California's Sonoma State University and students from Texas Tech University have launched a mix-off in which students studying in each university's wine marketing progra... Read More

    From the article Battle of The Barmen: College Students Compete For Best Wine Cocktail

  • It always seemed odd to us that in Piemonte, the land of Barolo, the King of Wines and the Wine of Kings, we would always find a bottle of Barbera in front of us on the table. The answer was and is simple: Barbera is bountiful, versatile, delicious and moderate in price. The Piemontesi drink more reds than whites and almost 50% of the reds that ... Read More

    From the article The Rising Tide of Barbera

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