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New Zealand – Exhilarating Wines from a Pristine Land

New Zealand – Exhilarating Wines from a Pristine Land

Image: Man O’ War vineyards, Ponui Island.  by Matt Deller The idyllic country of New Zealand is made up of two little drops in the ocean, two unspoiled islands in the South Pacific.   New Zealand is the most isolated country in the world and the last habitable...
50 Wine Facts from 50 United States

50 Wine Facts from 50 United States

by Jonathan Cristaldi  The United States of America are united on one front: all 50 states in the Union are, in some way shape or form, growing grapes and producing wine. For a country as a whole, we may not agree fully on anything, but this, rest assured, is fact and...
It’s Fizzy, It’s Delicious, It’s a Pét-Nat

It’s Fizzy, It’s Delicious, It’s a Pét-Nat

In anticipation of Independence Day and the sweet sounds of corks popping and something fizzy and alcoholic filling your glass, I want to encourage you to set aside the Cava, forget the Champagne—Franciacorta? Don’t even go there—and break into the effervescent world...
10 Essential Resources for the WSET Diploma Student

10 Essential Resources for the WSET Diploma Student

by Mary Margaret McCamic, DWS, WSET Certified Educator, Instructor The WSET Diploma requires breadth and depth of wine knowledge. Determining which resources to use can be daunting because there is so much information available. I was successful by using a variety of...

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