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Tag Archives: Jasper Hill

Cork versus Screw Cap: Don’t Dismiss the Benefits of Cork!

At the NZ Wine Online tasting of New Zealand wines by Escarpment and Quartz Reef at Coast on Wednesday night I sat next to a gentlemen who was absolutely livid that one of the wines had a cork closure. The …

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Buy Wine Ideas: Aged Australian Riesling – Beautiful Expressions of Terroir

As the Wine Spectator’s Harvey Steiman notes “Australia makes a unique style of Riesling that shows off the lovely stone fruit character of the grape, often weaving in floral, citrus and mineral flavors, hanging them all on a dry frame.” …

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Terroir: What does it mean and how is best expressed?

On Wednesday, The Sydney Morning Herald/Age inaugural Good Wine Guide’s Winery of the Year was awarded to Henschke, the South Australian winery internationally renowned for its single vineyard Hill of Grace Shiraz.¬†Henschke first produced Hill of Grace in 1958, and …

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