150 years of friendship between Thailand and Austria

The Austrian Embassy in Thailand has been busy coordinating cultural, musical and of course wine events so far this year. Coming Tuesday, February 26th, you will be able to taste 45 wines from 12 stylish producers, covering the vast array of regions and grape varietals Austria has to offer. There will be classical and naturalContinue reading “150 years of friendship between Thailand and Austria”

Two Paddocks, striking gold in former goldmine

When we began searching for a Central Otago Pinot Noir six years ago, the label of Two Paddocks immediately struck us, but it was the very restrained and classical style that was love at first sight. Even Francophiles might be tempted to try what Lisa Perotti-Brown, Master of Wine, calls “a very natural, almost leafyContinue reading “Two Paddocks, striking gold in former goldmine”

Larry Cherubino, Margaret River

Acclaimed winemaker Virginia Wilcox of Vasse Felix assesses “Most great Cabernet in the world is grown with a maritime influence, close to the sea where you have that breeze. But Margaret River also has a Mediterranean climate where we have that warm dry summer and a beautiful long dry season. We’re not under pressure toContinue reading “Larry Cherubino, Margaret River”