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Dr Loosen: making superb German Riesling with respect for the Mosel terroir

Dr Loosen: making superb German Riesling with respect for the Mosel terroir

Ernst Loosen is 'the king of German Riesling'. The well-known German wine producer won multiple awards that seal his persevering efforts to improve the image of German Riesling globally. Decanter, ...
Corison winery: making wine sustainably by the best female winemaker in America

Corison winery: making wine sustainably by the best female winemaker in America

Cathy Corison is widely viewed as the best female winemaker in America. She is parading the elegant stride of the Napa Cabernet Sauvignon as nobody else has so gracefully done recently ...
Monvínic: the place to wine in Barcelona

Monvínic: the place to wine in Barcelona

Monvínic is the place to indulge in a broad international parade of wines in Barcelona. This wine bar cum contemporary Spanish restaurant is so popular locally that even parents do ...
Iconic Rhône vineyards: a photo essay

Iconic Rhône vineyards: a photo essay

A journey through the Rhône Valley with my camera and a thirsty palate invited my vinous curiosity to capturing the iconic vineyards of the Rhône ...
Best Prague's wine bars

Best Prague’s wine bars

Prague is known mainly for its beautiful architecture, cobbled narrow streets, night life and more a great place to have a jug of a very good beer than a glass ...
Littorai: expressing Sonoma through biodynamic viticulture

Littorai: expressing Sonoma through biodynamic viticulture

Driving to the Littorai winery feels like you trespassed into someone’s apple orchard, while getting lost on the dirt roads winding up the endless hill from Sebastopol. There are not ...
Château Margilliere: slow wine in Provence honouring the world's oldest highway

Château Margilliere: slow wine in Provence honouring the world’s oldest highway

Château Margilliere is a 17th century stone farm in the green countryside of Provence. The ancient times recalling stones rest stubornly all over the property as a distinctive feature of ...
Rosé wine: keeping the taste of summer in your mind

Rosé wine: keeping the taste of summer in your mind

Provence in the South of France is famous for sprawling purple fields of lavender and for the pink-hued rosé wine. The fragrant herb assists to a relaxing sleep, while the ...
Interviews with a wine expert: Champagne and its rivals in the spotlight

Interviews with a wine expert: Champagne and its rivals in the spotlight

Wine investors are more interested in individuality and uniqueness.Grower Champagne attracts good press and there is general enthusiasm for it on the trade ...
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