Archive for March, 2010

Alsace: The French White Wine Gem
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Alsace: The French White Wine Gem

Geographically, the region of Alsace has changed hands more often than Kashmir ever will. It’s location has made it victim to many French-German territorial disputes. It was after the First World War that Alsace was declared a part of France. The influence of Germany nevertheless remains heavy to this day here and is visible in […]

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Riesling: Always Impressive
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Riesling: Always Impressive

Some count it among their favourites while some simply choose to be distant acquaintances. But treat it as you may, Rieslings remain one of the most impressive wines and yet are regularly pointed out as the one of the most underrated of white varieties. Almost synonyms with Germany and next, Austria, Rieslings remain flourishingly dynamic […]

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Margaret River And Pemberton Wine Introduction At Australian High Commission
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Margaret River And Pemberton Wine Introduction At Australian High Commission

As a part of the ‘Utsav!’ project, another wine session was held at the Australian Embassy in the capital. Set-up in an open-air area, the backyard of the high commissioner’s residence was soon crowded with the essential few of the trade, and wine lovers like us. As the evening unveiled, an exciting range of wines […]

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