Cast: Wine Australia
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All rules are made to be broken, but any wine and food combination must always be in balance without domination from either. Find wines you like and then experiment with different food styles to find the combinations you like. One wine rule that doesn’t apply in Australia is red wine should be served at room temperature — red wines should only be served at 18-20C.Reblogged 2 years ago from www.winebiz.com.au
Wine Australia has returned from Europe’s largest wine fair, ProWein, after hosting three days of business meetings, networking opportunities and trading ventures.
ProWein is considered one of the most important wine events on the world stage; this year attracting 48,000 visitors to the Messe Hall in Düsseldorf, Germany. In its 20th year, ProWein 2014 was joined by 4830 exhibitors from 47 countries who together supported a diverse programme of events and made it the biggest fair on record.
Wine Australia’s stand showcased 250 wines from 25 producers across nine regions in four states. This snapshot highlighted the variety within the category and enabled visitors to taste through regions as iconic as South Australia’s Barossa and McLaren Vale and as boutique as Victoria’s King Valley and New South Wales’ Tumbarumba. Many of these producers were seeking European distribution and were able to conduct business during the fair.
Cast: Wine AustraliaReblogged 2 years ago from vimeo.com
Gadgets, doodads, and fooferettes is where I’d categorize Spot-Not. I can be anal retentive about my wine glasses and decanters. I want them spotless. Did I want to dedicate an entire blog post to one product? No, how much can be said? Then… I read the bottom of the E-Mail from Julie Weber: “This Wednesday […]Reblogged 2 years ago from www.wine-blog.org