One Australian Winery Ditches Screw-caps and Returns to Corks.

  Rusden Wines, (a winery located in the Barossa Valley region of Australia) has announced it’s giving-up on the screw-cap, and will return to bottling all of its wines under a cork. Rusden winemaker Christian Canute cited “persistent quality control issues” for the reason behind the move.“Our wines are handmade and bottled without fining or filtration. Under a screw-cap I have noticed the wines ‘sweat’, producing overly dominant reductive characters, a problem we have never…

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Verget Bourgogne “Terriors de Cote d’Or”

  Grape 100% Chardonnay   Facts Taken from the Verget website: “Verget’s philosophy can be summed up in one simple sentence: the best wine comes from the best grapes.”  Very original, I must say! Please note that this sentence is also to be found on 9 out of 10 other winery websites throughout the world. I can’t emphasize enough how much wineries really need to step up their game when it comes to their online…

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