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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  • The opening paragraph of Thomas Buckley’s May 29 article in Bloomberg Business tells the story quite well:  “A bottle of one of the world’s rarest wines sold for $18,000 at a London auction Thursday. There’s just one problem – it may be undrinkable.”The wine in question, sold at a Bonhams auction house, is a Chateau Mouton Rothschild from 1945. ... Read More

    From the article Spoiler Alert: Possibly Oxidized Big-Ticket Bottle Sells for $18,000


  • Well, good news.  Mrs. EMark was quite happy with the Beringer Chardonnay.  I have to say, also, that it was better with our dinner--pan roasted game hen Morroccan style served over couscous.  (Couscous?  What a bold choice for a Morroccan style protein.)Along with most of you, I am also a big fan of White Burgundy.  There are several California... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Weekend Wines


  • If you’re looking for a good bargain on good wine in the United Kingdom, Lidl is your store.That’s the word from Wotwine, who published a study about which stores in the U.K. offer the best value for the price.“Lidl was praised for 65% of its wines offering good value for money, closely followed by discounter rival Aldi with 64%, “ an article on... Read More

    From the article Bargain Basement! Lidl Voted Best UK Grocery Store for Value Wine


  • There’s a lot we don’t know about the specific drinking trends of wine  lovers in China.Stereotypes and misinformation aside, the growing group wine lovers in China is bringing with it a new set of drinking norms, contributing columnist Guo Guangwei wrote in an article this past month on HeraldIndependent.com.“Drinking habits are changing in Chi... Read More

    From the article A View Inside the Relationship Between Wine and Chinese Culture


  • Amid the symphony of sporting sounds which will volley back and forth between stadiums at Wimbledon this week is one sound that's been 138 years in the making: the gentle gurgle of an English wine being poured by all the event's catering outlets and hospitality areas.The lucky winner this year? Bolney Estate's 2014 Pinot Gris, a sumptuous slice ... Read More

    From the article Love-Love: English Wine Featured For First Time at Wimbledon


  • Wow, 17.4%.  And it's not hot?  That is great.I have posted here in the past that one of the best wine experiences that I have ever had was a David Bruce Zin from, to the best of my recollection, the early '70s that also came in at over 17%.I've learned a bit about the Martinellis is the last few days and the story about the Jackass Vineyard is ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Fruit Bomb Fan


  • Ask Southern Hemisphere countries like Australia what they think of global warming and you're liable to get a concerned look along with several strategies for dry farming and alternative ways to preserve water and use it wisely.Ask a Swede about the effects of global warming and, at least from the winemakers, you might just get a little grin. Or... Read More

    From the article Sweden Sees Bright Wine Future Because of Warmer Winters


  • How many female winemakers and vineyard owners do you know? A few months ago, Christy Canterbury introduced some ladies of the Langhe. Female winemakers in Piedmont have changed the conservative winemaking landscape to one that is inclusive of women. France is no different. This piece examines five scintillating wines from a group called the Fem... Read More

    From the article A Question of Women in Wine


  • I'm not a wine taster.  I'm a wine drinker.  I've been drinking wine for 10 years.  I'm bad at the use of descriptors.  I don't taste and spit.  I taste and swallow.  The back of my throat tells me more about about a wine than my tongue does.  I can also tell much about a wine based on its color.I like most varietals, but my favorite varietal is... Read More

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  • To say that a vineyard is one of the world's most idyllic man-made refuges is not an understatement.Tranquil hills, ocean breezes, mountain air and the delicate aroma of grapes clinging to the last minutes of sunlight on a hot summer day – they all combine to provide a transcendent experience.However, as is the case with a diverse wine world whe... Read More

    From the article Syrian Brothers Produce Notable Wines Amid Distance, Danger


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