WINE FACT WEDNESDAY
Do all wines improve with time?
Not all wines improve with time. In fact, a vast majority of wines produced are ready to drink and do not have much potential for aging. Only a rare few will last longer than a decade.
Amanda Thomson is the passionate CEO and Founder of Thomson & Scott and is developing a fastgrowing reputation as an entrepreneur. Having been brought up on a vegetarian, no sugar diet, she has always had a keen interest in healthy living.view more»
Amanda Thomson, founder of Thomson and Scott, already launched a Skinny Champagne for those who want to cut back on the sugar in a glass of bubbly. She’s now launched a Skinny Prosecco and it could be the best thing ever invented, bar nothing.view more»
Most wine are best served between 8 and 18 degrees Celsius, so if you pull a bottle off your wine rack, it'll take a while to lower the temperature in the fridge. It's much quicker to cool down individual glasses of wine, and a stash of frozen grapes is the only tool you need.view more»
Yes, there is a perfect serve and its all about the temperature to serve the perfect wine...view more»
We now have a range of 4 wines from the Jean Balmont Range all wines from France. We originally had the Sauvignon Blanc and the Merlot and now we have the Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon to fill the range.view more»
Tempus Two’s roots are firmly planted in one of Australia’s oldest wine regions, the Hunter Valley, and one of Australia’s best known wine families, the McGuigan family. The award winning, architecturally designed Cellar Door is set among the rolling green vineyards of Pokolbin, in the heart of the Hunter Valley and reflects the Tempus Two spirit to blend the essence of tradition with the magic of innovation.view more»
The vineyards of Bordeaux have been green since the 1690s. Irish names have been prominent in Bordeaux long before today’s match in the Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux.view more»