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  1. Cru Bourgeois tasting

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    The tasting of the 2014 Cru Bourgeois selection will be held in London on Thursday 22nd September from 10am-5pm at the British Academy, 10-11 Carlton House Terrace. AWE members can register to attend via this...
  1. Lindsay Oram

    South Africa Unusual beginnings, passion and unforseen challenges

    By Lindsay Oram
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    Waverley Hills Tulbagh South Africa The winemaker, Johan Delport, is a quiet and understated man, but clearly passionate about his wines.  Waverly Hills produce 200,000 bottles of organic wine annually. The origins of this wine estate, which started in 1999, are somewhat unusual as it is owned by Brenn-O-Kem(Pty) Ltd. a company that recycle by- products created by South African wineries. These by-products include wine lees, skins, seeds and tartrates. These by- products are then used to produce items such as cream of tartar, grape...
  2. Sarah Rowlands

    Tasting has Ears!

    By Sarah Rowlands
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    An AWE tutorial illustrating how taste is affected by our senses given by Dr Ophelia Deroy & Prof Barry C Smith at Senate House, London by Sarah Rowlands July 2016 A group of AWE members took part in a series of practical demonstrations to make us aware of how tasting (wine) is a multi-sensory experience. Dr Ophelia Deroy showed us how the tasting process works. Professor Barry Smith next demonstrated how our brains use more information from our senses when tasting wine than we realise. ...