The world of fine wine

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Australian Wine

One of the Great Wine Regions of South Australia is Mclaren Vale south of Adelaide.
Cooling breezes sandy soils are a feature with the higher altitude Blewitt Springs featuring some exceptional red wines with crimson colour and flavours.​

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European Wine

Wine grapes grown in Europe are made from native varieties such as Malbec and Tempranillo. These varieties excel in warm climates. Feature Listing Touriga Malbec Merlot Tempranillo​.

Other regions are famous for chardonnay(Chablis) Cabernet Sauvigon & blends such as Bordeaux.Anf of course Burgundy famous for Pinot Noir.

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South American Wine

The most famous of regions is Mendoza lies the heart of Argentina’s wine country. Home to more than 1,200 wineries, Mendoza produces nearly two-thirds of all of Argentina’s wine. Resting in the foothills of the Andes, the Mendoza wine region stretches more than 350,000 acres across the province.

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Portuguese Wine

The Douro Valley in Portugals  north is the most famous, vertiginous granite slopes ,each one divided into rows of narrow terraces topped by by vines and supported by dry-stone walls swept up from the wide Douro river as it meanders west towards Porto.

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Sparkling Wine

Wine grapes grown in France are specifically made for Champagne which utilises Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Mineur. Much of the sparkling wine is grown in the south of France and especially Loire Valley. Carva is also a very production of sparkling wine in Spain.

 

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Other Wines

Wine grapes grown in Europe are made from native varieties such as Malbec and Tempranillo. These varieties excel in warm climates. Feature Listing Touriga Malbec Merlot Tempranillo​

Great Wines Of Australia

WINE PRODUCTION IN AUSTRALIA

Quality wine starts in the vineyard and grapes are picked at their optimum ripeness to assure flavour and style following by the vinification process or good winemaking essential to making a great wine.

The wine once primary and secondary fermentation is completed are then filled to oak. 

This barrel aging to assist in adding oak to the wine as well as a natural softening of the wine through micronisation through wine breathing

Final bottling is also a most important stage with highest quality preparation and testing carried out followed by the final filling using the very best of modern equipment ensures all the qualities of the grape are captured.
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