Wine Reviews

Finally, a way to save wine

By Fri, Aug 27, 2010 6:04PM UTC

The Wandering Palate finds a watershed development for wine consumers, writes Curtis Marsh, Asia Sentinel. Through 6,500 years of winemaking, keeping opened wine from deteriorating has been a problem. Ironically the solution was always right under our noses, in the form of an inert gas called argon. Although restaurants and

Interview with famous Burgundian Winemaker on his unique winemaking methods

By Wed, Aug 25, 2010 7:29PM UTC

  Burgundian Winemaker Pascal Marchand interviewed for Marchand & Burch Wines: “My philosophy is to work as simply as possible, watching and listening to the nature, to be closer to it, without trying to control it. I want the wines to reflect the uniqueness of each terroir. The diversity of

Yarra Valley – The best place on earth…

By Wed, Aug 25, 2010 10:18AM UTC Yarra Valley - The best place on earth...

It is early morning here in the Yarra Valley. It is cold outside (about five degrees!) and there is a slight mist in the air giving the landscape a picture perfect, fairytale beauty. This is now my home where I have lived for the last 20 years and where my

Burgundian Winemaker Pascal Marchand video interview: What do you love about winemaking?

By Tue, Aug 24, 2010 2:03PM UTC

Three Hills Charles Andreas vertical tasting…

By Mon, Aug 23, 2010 11:07AM UTC Three Hills Charles Andreas vertical tasting...

Below is a little article that Tyke Wheatley, our Junior Wine Maker put together… I find it’s always interesting to get the perspective of the wine makers, especially one who is fairly new to the industry. Enjoy….   Charles Andreas Vertical Tasting It is not too often the opportunity arises