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Rosé, the go-to colour

As spring gradually settles in, rosé wines are returning to the limelight. Considered not that long ago as an unsophisticated wine by a majority of …
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Of bees and vines

Unlike wasps, bees are considered by winegrowers to be precious allies. This is no surprise considering the part they play in vineyards. We take a …
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The vineyards of Spain

The Spanish climate is conducive to growing vines and this is mirrored in the wines that are produced there. Both the history of vineyards in …
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Italy’s wine regions

Italy is well-known for its vineyards and that is no accident. Not only do its wine regions produce a large volume of wine, they are …
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Why use a cork closure?

𝗦𝗔𝗩𝗘 𝗧𝗛𝗘 𝗗𝗔𝗧𝗘 #WÉBINAIRE Why use a cork closure? There are multiple closure solutions available in the market – cork, screwcap, bioplastic. So why choose a cork …
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The Loire Valley wine region

Are you familiar with wines from the Loire Valley wine region? These fresh, fruity offerings are also incredibly diverse in style, running the gamut from …
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The Burgundy wine region

The Burgundy countryside is as varied as its winegrowing heritage. The Burgundy wine region produces an extensive array of wines over an area that stretches …
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The lifecycle of a vine

LVines are plants which renew themselves. Their growth follows an annual cycle. Each vine goes through a series of stages. Winegrowers are fully aware of …
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