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Quick Guide: Côtes du Rhône

posted by ,13/1/2019

iImage credit: Rhone-Wines.com   First things first, the Rhône Valley is split into two significantly different areas: Northern Rhône where Syrah and Viognier are its prominent grapes, and Southern Rhône, where red blends prev...

Tablas Creek: The Difference Between Organic and Biodynamic

posted by Taste Fine Wine Merchant,7/6/2018

Over the past 5-6 years consumers all around the world are more health conscious on eating organically as it healthier and good for the environment. The term “organic” is extremely popular but “biodynamic” is less well known. Tablas Creek introduces biodyn...

What Red wines work in the Summer Heat

posted by Taste,1/7/2016

Anthony Gismondi – the weekly wine columnist, the Vancouver Sun since 1989, writes about the wines for summer and selects La Vieille Ferme, Cotes du Ventoux 2013 Red which “has the perfect mix of fruit and spice and licorice to stand up to a variety of foods....

Wine Spectator : Jolie-Pitt Star Power Propels New Provence Rosé

posted by Taste Fine Wine Merchant,30/6/2016 5:00:00 PM

An article about Miraval. Wine Spectator first to review celebrity couple's project with Beaucastel's Perrin family at Château Miraval -  March 18 2013 Article by Kim Marcus Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have released their first wine, a 2012 ros&e...

Singapore Tatler : Of Roots and Tradition

posted by Taste Fine Wine Merchant,30/6/2016 3:00:00 PM

Singapore Tatler writes about Pierre and Famille Perrin Jan 13, 2015 Article by Cheong Seow Wei in Singapore Tatler  Occupying a 130ha expanse in the region of southern Rhône in the southeast of France is Château de Beaucastel, a n...