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Rosé is more than just an aperitif wine. It is easy to combine with very different dishes. But which rosé goes with which dish? Read more
What happens when wine leaves the comfort zone of controled fermentation? Then you get natural wine! Read more
“Et si on plantait Seyssuel?” The adventure of Vins de Vienne started with this question. Read more
Champagne houses blend vintages to filter out the influence of weather. For other wines, vintage is important, but things are starting to change. Read more
Cape Agulhas is the rendez-vous spot of the Indian and Atlantic oceans. Wind from two oceans and a sandstone plateau with small cavities, produce exiting wine together. Read more
Does that immediately make you say: the new black? Or do you think, like us, of wine? The series has come to an end - gloriously so. But for the age-old orange wines, we think there are still many more episodes in store. Read more
No, that is not an old saying, although it sounds cliché enough. In Franschhoek in South Africa's Western Cape Province, however, it was true. . Read more
Black Tot rum blenders searched the globe for remnants of the British navy blends as examples for their own rum . Read more
The Costa Brava has a tradition of viniculture since the 6th century BC in the Emporda. Read more
Pouilly-Fuissé, a great Chardonnay from the Beaujolais, is cultivated on the slopes beneath the rock of Solutré. Read more
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