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  1. Sherry

    I dare say many of us will have been taught about Spanish wines and Sherry by Philip Rowles at some stage. At long last he has written a book on Sherry which can be bought...
  2. Australia Day Tastings

    Australia Day Tasting 2018 Members of AWE are invited to register for Wine Australia’s Australia Day Tasting in January 2018. It’s the largest trade tasting of Australian wine outside Australia and it takes place in...
  1. Paul Howard MBA

    Book Review: Bordeaux Grands Crus Classés 1855

    By Paul Howard MBA
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    The Bordeaux Grands Crus Classés 1855 gave official recognition to the best wines of the Médoc and Sauternes. 163 years later, it’s still a compelling listing, though hardly without flaws. This handsome new book about this classification claims to be the essential reference for wine aficionados. Does it live up to this billing? Background First, a little scene-setting. 1855 was the year the Daily Telegraph began and when the drug Cocaine was first purified. David Livingstone became the first European to see the Victoria Falls in Africa....
  2. Steve Hovington

    German Wine Academy Day 2 – Riesling rocks and new discoveries

    By Steve Hovington
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    Surrounded by immaculately tended vineyards and with the brooding Haardt mountains looking down from the west, the Weincampus Neustadt made a wonderful location for two days of seminars and tastings courtesy of the German Wine Institute. Day one started with a fascinating and thought provoking lecture by Professor. Dr.Ulrich Fischer on the impact of terroir and winemaking on German Riesling styles. We tasted seven wines from different regions and soils, all in the €10-15 bracket, from the excellent 2015 vintage and with no MLF or...