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  1. Australia Day Tastings 2017

    Members of AWE are invited to register for the Australia Day Tastings in January 2017. The Australia Day Tasting, the largest trade tasting of Australian wine in Europe, returns to London, Edinburgh and Dublin in...
  2. Cru Bourgeois tasting

    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

    Dream Creation

    By Lindsay Oram
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    Creation Wine Dinner High Timber Restaurant London Monday 5th September 2016 Carolyn and Jean–Claude Martin, both coming from winemaking families, clearly have wine in their blood. Carolyn was brought up in the South African Cape while Jean Claude originates from Switzerland. It was unsurprising a forgone conclusion, therefore, that they would make and sell wine together. The dilemma was, perhaps, in which beautiful country it would be, Switzerland or South Africa. One of the key differences, and perhaps the deciding factor, between both countries is...
  2. Lindsay Oram

    Diversity and Longevity at Stellenbosch Vineyards

    By Lindsay Oram
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    Diversity and longevity You are always made to feel most welcome when visiting South African Wineries, but no more so than when you arrive 24 hours early for a visit at Stellenbosch Vineyards. I guess my excuse is my enthusiasm for the South African wine industry.   Stellenbosch Vineyards were the first cooperative in South Africa to form a wine company and since 1998 it has been a public company. Nonetheless this is not a new venture as the original Welmoed farm, where the current...