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Cork oak forests

Published on May 16, 2009

The ‘business’ forests of the Mediterranean cork oak landscapes.


Cork industry invests to remove musty taint

Published on May 16, 2009

How the cork industry finally took seriously the musty/mouldy taint of TCA.


Wines by the glass – keeping them fresh

Published on May 16, 2009

Wine starts to deteriorate once the bottle is open. Bits of kit exist to help preserve opened bottles in good nick.


Barbecue Britain

Published on May 16, 2009

What makes a good barbecue wine?


Bright whites from Spain

Published on May 16, 2009

Spain makes some super white wines in fresh, aromatic, fruit-focused styles, unencumbered by complicating oak.


Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

Published on May 16, 2009

Zesty sauvignon blanc from Marlborough, New Zealand is almost our favourite tipple.


Caviste

Published on May 16, 2009

Australian-trained winemaker turned wine merchant, David Thomas, and his wife, Hannah, have three Caviste wine shops in Hampshire.


English Wine

Published on May 16, 2009

English wine goes from strength to strength


Australian pinot noir

Published on May 10, 2009

Pinot noir is a notoriously capricious and fastidious grape variety, demanding specific sites to perform at its best. Australia is getting to grips with the variety for high quality wine production.


Terroir in Australia – regionality by any other name?

Published on May 8, 2009

As Australian producers explore more niche places to grow grapes, and their marketeers promote regionality, is this merely the Aussie view on that most French of concepts – terroir?

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