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  1. The Chinese Wine Renaissance

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    新年快樂 A few AWE members were fortunate to be present at the launch of Janet Wang’s book, The Chinese Wine Renaissance, at 67 Pall Mall recently and enjoyed tasting some interesting and surprising wines from...
  2. Australian Wine Discovered

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    Wine Australia will be launching Australian Wine Discovered, a great new resource for wine educators, in January. “Available free to teach all levels from beginner to advanced, the programme is packed with information, resources and...
  1. Laura Clay

    AWEsome Wines selected by AWEsome Educators

    By Laura Clay
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    How lucky we are to have access to such a an array of diverse wines. The 2019 100 AWEsome Wines brochure features wines from 20 different countries from £6.75 to £35. You might expect the big three to have the most wines selected and you’d be right – France, Italy and Spain between them account for over half the choices submitted but alongside those are wines from Georgia, Brazil, Hungary and many more.   There are firm favourites such as Rioja and Bordeaux, wines that deserve never to go out of...
  2. Heather Dougherty

    To boldly go? The wines of Yealands Estate

    By Heather Dougherty
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    Chief winemaker at Yealands, Natalie Christensen, was in London last week to show off the Awatere estate’s new releases, having just caught up with her extended family in Denmark. Yealands has made a name for itself as a maker of a grown-up style of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc – and it still does that. But the focus here was broader, showing their full range of whites including Pinot Gris, Grüner Veltliner, Gewürztraminer and Riesling, as well as a handful of Pinot Noirs. And why “to boldly...