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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  • Syrah

    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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  • EM, that is quite an interesting story.  It's amazing the parallels we have on opposite coasts.  I am also surprised at how much you remember from your experience back 6-7 years.  I'm only retired about two years and I can barely remember people's names that I used to work with.  I guess some events leave impressions on us.Yesterday, following a... Read More

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  • Saw this reported at Wineberserkers, and a quick Google search shows an article by the press democrat.Good for them and wish them the best in their next pursuit/s.http://www.pressdemocrat.com/business/5519350-181/ste-michelle-wine-estates-buys Read More

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  • Well, a lot of things aligned today:Serious change in the weather.  It was high 80s yesterday, and I was in shorts and flip-flops.  Today, it's in the 60s, and we've already had some rain. Mrs. EMark decided today would be a good day to test a recipe that she found.  The way she described it to me, it sounds like some sort of baked eggplant, tom... Read More

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  • Searching for a new wine grape to spice things up this spring? We’ve got one for you that’s just starting to hit in a big way. Shake off your winter blues and start quaffing a wine that’s crisp and light, like a wicker basket filled with cut green apples drizzled with honey. Add a squirt of lemon and a small handful of hazelnuts and you’ve got y... Read More

    From the article The Next Great Chapter in Your Wine Story: Furmint


  • It really depends on who the club is working with. Coming from dry farmed grapes doesn't mean that the resulting wines are necessarily better or worse than others. In some regions you can dry farm because there's enough rain and snow and water retention in the soil. In other places, you need to add some water now and then or everything would jus... Read More

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  • Hello,I just joined an auto-ship membership to receive Dry-farmed wines.  Are there any folks out there that could recommend some of the wineries/wine that are made this way?  I like to support green products and sustainability. Thank you!Jane Casasanta Read More

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  • Apart from lack of hygiene in the winery, what part of the winemaking process allows for a funky nose?  Read More

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  • Anyone have any experience?I've noticed Kelley mentioned among the best company in Oregon Pinot, popular with Somm's and the like. Being a Burgundy lover, I've mostly found CA Pinot painful (though I've found a few I like!), and Oregon Pinot quite a bit more elegant, but sometimes or most of the time more boring rather than painful (as I find wi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Oregon Pinot - Kelley Fox Wines


  • How big is your wine library? This time we aren’t talking about bottles. Here, we are speaking about actual books. While web articles and top ten lists provide a quick and easy way to digest wine knowledge, there exists a panoply of skilled authors who have dedicated their time and talents to unearthing wine magic in long-form, highly researched... Read More

    From the article Change The Way You Consider Champagne


  • When I first became interested in wine I used to get Brunello di Montalcino and Rosso di Montalcino mixed up, never mind having difficulty pronouncing them. A few years down the line I’d sorted it; both are from the Tuscan town of Montalcino in Central Italy, from the same grape variety, and come in a similar shaped bottle. Or had I? A recent vi... Read More

    From the article The Montalcino Wine Detective


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