The Story Wines

6/5 Arnold St.
Cheltenham, 3183
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The Story Wines is an urban winery located in Melbourne, Australia specialising is spicy, elegant Grampians Shiraz. We produce very small quantities and sell wine through retailers, restaurants and our website. Our wines have been critically acclaimed and we make them in a very gentle and attentive fashion. – Description from rory1

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    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

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  • Popular economics magazine The Economist threw its two cents in the ever-expanding piggy bank that is the world's opinions about the merits (or lack thereof) involved in wine investing.  According to the article, wine investing isn't as simple as it seems.  The piece began with wine critic Robert Parker's description of a 1982 Lafite Rothschild,... Read More

    From the article The Economist: Wine Investing More La-fickle Than Lafite


  • China isn't the only country in Asia making headlines in the vino world. According to a story this past Wednesday by Business Wire, a study by Rabobank's Food & Agribusiness Research department has revealed that Japan is now an important wine market.  “Rabobank's …. research team says that the Japanese wine market has 'come of age,' with wine dr... Read More

    From the article Rabobank: Japan Joins The Big Boys in Global Wine Market


  • Reports from the double-barreled southern duo of sun-guzzlers are positive, for now.  Both New Zealand and Australia's news outlets are posting stories about winemakers who say this years harvest could lead to some great wines.  Radio New Zealand spoke with two winemakers about the country's early harvest: Gibbston Valley's Christopher Keys and ... Read More

    From the article New Zealand, Australia Regions Hopeful About 2015 Wines


  • This past December saw the passing of Lebanese winemaker and beloved industry voice Serge Hochar, a man whose passion for wine put Lebanese vino on the map. Yesterday, Kansas City Star contributor Doug Frost, a Master Sommelier and Master of Wine, offered a few lessons he  learned from the life of the Lebanese Master whose enthusiasm and knowled... Read More

    From the article KC Star Story Reflects on Lessons Learned From Late Lebanese Wine Legend


  • Ever wonder how wines made from the same grapes can end up with significantly different flavors?  A team of researchers from the University of Helsinki says the answer – at least for wines made from pinot noir grapes – lies in the chemicals and processing of the wine and that's why, the team said, wine labels should provide an explanation about ... Read More

    From the article Helsinki Researchers Say Days of Low-Info Labels Should Be Finnished


  • Just when you thought the news about robots roaming the skies above the vineyards or the earth below  had come to an end, the Royal Society of Chemistry's online publication, Chemistry World, released a report about Japanese scientists led by Kohji Mitsubayashi who created a machine which uses visual cues to determine the scent of a wine. “Diffe... Read More

    From the article Japanese Sniff Cam: The Shape of Your Wine Glass Matters


  • The best way to meet demand is to increase supply. That's the opinion of the European Union, who recently passed a law which allows vintners to increase the area of their vineyards by small increments each year. “Under the new rules, which come into effect on January 1, 2016, vintners will be able to increase the size of their vineyards by a max... Read More

    From the article EU Reacts: Demand Goes Up, Vineyards Branch Out


  • No mountain of money seems to tall for former NBA center Yao Ming. The hoopster-turned-winemakers is the veritable fourth quarter of his winery's crowdfunding campaign, in which he's asking $3 million in order to “expand the business” and build tasting rooms in the United States and China, a recent story by Los Angeles Magazine said.  “With 21 d... Read More

    From the article Ming Shoots for High Rollers With New Crowdfunding Campaign


  • Newsweek  contributor Lucy Shaw quickly discovered the devil was in the details of the Chilean wine scene. Shaw visited the nation's wine country, a trip which she chronicled in an article released this past Thursday. Her story began with a scene from the “Devil's Cellar” of Casillero del Diablo. “I'm standing in a vast cellar deep underground. ... Read More

    From the article Newsweek Pays a Visit To Chile's Wine Country


  • To be red, or not to be red is a matter of mutation.  This past Friday, New Zealand Herald reporter Jamie Morton published a story about a team of researchers at INRA Colmar (France) who discovered the reason why some pinot grapes turn out red and why some turn out white.  “A new study … found the colour of grapes within the pinot family spawn f... Read More

    From the article Scientists Identify Factor Which Influence Color of Pinot Grapes


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