Features
Napa Valley and Sonoma are OK

Following the devasting fires that raged through northern California wine country, the wineries are up and running, and open to visitors, writes Bob Ecker On the night of Sunday, October 8th, 2017, Northern California Wine…

Global News
Make it to Clarette, if you love wine

Spread across four areas, Clarette in Marylebone is for wine-loving novices and connoisseurs alike Alexandra, daughter of Corinne Mentzelopolous, owner of Château Margaux, always wanted a restaurant of her own. With co-owner Natsuko Perromat du Marais, an…

Events
SI Wine Calendar – A round-up of wine events

Prowine Asia When April 24 – 27, 2018: Where Singapore: What Asia’s Largest trade fair for wines and spirits. Prowine 2018 will house 300 trade exhibitors from 30 countries and regions, expects over 9,000 international trade attendees. With masterclasses, seminars, tasting sessions and workshops…

Learn Wine
In defence of the Flute

The flute has lost favour with wine lovers as well as some experts as a vessel for serving champagne. Most people agree that the flute’s shape is ideal for preserving the bubbles but the aromas get…

Features
WHICH WINE

Which wine do I recommend? Here are three you might wish to try — Reva K Singh  Italian wine producer Frescobaldi is celebrating the 150th anniversary of Castello di Nipozzano, Frescobaldi’s oldest estate with the release of a limited…

Features
Screwcap or cork?

Wine bottles with screwcaps are here to stay, but the debate continues about which is better screwcap or cork? Screwcaps eliminate the risk of cork taint and make opening a bottle of wine so much easier. However,…

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