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New Scores For Nuiton-Beaunoy From Huon Hooke

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We’re so excited to announce the new scores from Huon Hooke at The Real Review for Nuiton-Beanoy of Burgundy, France. These premium wines landed in Australia about a month ago and are already turning heads. Contact us to secure your Burgundys today! 2019 Nuiton-Beaunoy ‘Pommard’ Rouge 96 pts – Huon Hooke (The Real Review): Medium-deep…

600 Years Of Rich History

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Cafaggio is located in Greve, Chianti and has a rich history that dates back more than 600 years, with the first document, a parchment that was conserved in the estate’s archives, attesting its existence dating back to 1408. In the late fifteenth century, the property was owned by the Benedictine monks of Siena, before passing…


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The history of Cafaggio dates back more than 600 years, with the first document attesting its existence in 1408, when the property was owned by the Benedictine monks of Siena before passing the estate into the hands of various owners from wealthy families to hospitals. Today, the estate covers more than 60 hectares and is nestled in the ‘Conca d’Oro’ (Golden Basin), an area recognised as the finest zone for producing Chianti Classico.

Mulled Wine Is Back!

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As the temperature starts to drop, get prepared to keep warm with our Spanish mulled wine pack! Back by popular demand, our mulled wine pack include 3 Spanish red wines, and spice bag, and a recipe card to ensure your mulled wine comes out great every time. Plus, add our new La Dolores Vermouth to…

The Orange Estate

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In 2000, Trentino-based Gruppo Mezzacorona recognised the unexploited potential of Sicily and invested in replanting and rebuilding two estates along the Southern coast of the island and, thus Feudo Arancio was born. The word ‘Feudo’ means ‘estate’ and it evokes the glorious and rich history of Sicily. The word ‘Arancio,’ meaning ‘orange,’ pays homeage to…

Cultivating Sustainability – Harewood and Newcastle Herald

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The week John Lewis at the Newcastle Herald wrote a great article about Harewood Estate and their sustainability practices, including the move to replace tractors at the estate with horses. Click here to read the full article and keep reading below for a summary of the wines reviewed by John. John Lewis’ Reviews 2022 Apricus…


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