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'Shale ale' beer filtered through fossils the latest craze in Australia's booming craft brewing industry

September, 24, 2017 'Shale ale' beer filtered through fossils the latest craze in Australia's booming craft brewing industry

(ABC) - Fossil beer is the latest innovation for a South Australian brewer, as more craft beer makers get creative to  stand out in a crowded market . Kangaroo Island brewer Mike Holden is set to release a 'shale ale' beer, commemorating 10 years of fossil research on the South Australian i...

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Has a heatwave dented the California 2017 harvest?

September, 24, 2017 Has a heatwave dented the California 2017 harvest?

(Decanter) - Harvest is well underway in Napa Valley, California, but three days back in early September may prove the defining moment for the vintage, when temperatures up to forty-five degrees Celsius scorched the fragile young grapes. ‘I can’t remember a hotter weekend in Sep...

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How do you like your wine – with a cork or screw-cap?

September, 24, 2017 How do you like your wine – with a cork or screw-cap?

(BBC) - If you are a regular wine drinker it is almost certain that you have opened a corked bottle or two in your time. As a result of a tainted cork, the wine smells and tastes unpleasant - all musky and mouldy. After the initial disappointment, you then have the worry of trying to get your...

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Tyrant Tipples – Wine and Monsters

September, 24, 2017 Tyrant Tipples – Wine and Monsters

(Wine-Searcher) - James Lawrence investigates the favorite drinks of the world's nastiest rulers.   Several years ago, the supposedly personal wine glasses of Adolf Hitler were sold at auction for just under $13,000. For what better way to offend your liberal-minded guests, than to serve...

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THESE ARE THE CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS THAT MAKE WINE TASTE SO GOOD

September, 24, 2017 THESE ARE THE CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS THAT MAKE WINE TASTE SO GOOD

(VinePair) - Wine tasting notes can seem like they come from a  Mad Libs generator . Everything from specific flowers and fruits to descriptors like “zippy” are meant to help drinkers understand the flavors in a glass of their favorite wine. But behind the tasting analogies an...

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Orange wine is a thing now, and sure, pour us a glass

September, 24, 2017 Orange wine is a thing now, and sure, pour us a glass

(Hellogiggles) - Do  you like wine? Yes? Us too. If you’ve looked at a wine list at any trendy restaurant recently, you’ve maybe noticed an entirely  new category of vino: orange wine . Now, we’ve heard of red, white, rosé,  and even blue wine . But...

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2017 Harvest Report: French Wineries Picking Smallest Crop Since 1945

September, 22, 2017 2017 Harvest Report: French Wineries Picking Smallest Crop Since 1945

(WineSpectator) - As vignerons across France pick this year’s grape harvest, they can only wonder at what might have been if Mother Nature hadn't been so cruel. A year of chaotic weather across France has produced the nation’s smallest wine grape crop since 1945. But while volume s...

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Promontory Shows Promise for Harlan

September, 21, 2017 Promontory Shows Promise for Harlan

(Wine-Searcher) - US editor W. Blake Gray delves into Harlan's 200-year plan.   In The Silence of the Lambs, Hannibal Lecter helped Starling catch a serial killer by telling her: "We begin by coveting what we see every day." I told that to Bill Harlan as we walked around ...

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