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Q&A with meteorite-aged winemaker
Last year, Norwich-born astronomer Ian Hutcheon, manager of Tremonte Vineyard in Chile, released a Cabernet Sauvignon that had been aged with a 4.5 billion-year-old meteorite from the asteroid belt
Napa’s Bialla Vineyards Sold to Chinese Executive for $3.2 Million (Wine Spectator)
New owner may change brand name, sell the boutique Cabernet only in China
Wine getaway in the Hunter Valley
AS YOU sit in the Hunter Valley sun and tuck into roast lamb accompanied by a fine glass of cabernet, spare a thought for Eliza Lindeman.
WineBlueBook: West Coast wines rated, compared
Nearly 1,000 wine ratings include Champagnes, German Rieslings, West Coast Cabernet Sauvignons and Piedmont reds, including a highly scored 2007 Altamura.
Looking for Bias in All the Wrong Places
Do wine critics have a nationalist bias? According to Beppi Crosariol , the wine and spirits columnist for Canada's Globe and Mail newspaper, wine critics from any country with a significant wine industry (but especially America and Australia) can't be trusted to rate their own country's wines
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Hard Times for Australia's Once Dominant Wine Industry
Penfolds 1962 vintage Cabernet Shiraz , flanked by 1991 vintage bottles of Penfolds Grange red wine in Sydney, Australia Australia's once dominant wine industry is facing its biggest challenge, as