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What’s It Like To Receive a To Your Door Pack

What’s It Like To Receive a To Your Door Pack

What's in the Box? One of our subscribers revealing her inaugural Wine Taste Talk To Your Door delivery, with 6 delicious wines, lots of great tasting notes food matches and a recipe matched to one of the wines. Subscribers also become part of the Wine Taste Talk...

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Take A Walk On The Wild Side

Take A Walk On The Wild Side

Take  A Walk On The Wild Side You may know that yeast is important in winemaking, it’s what causes fermentation and also the bubbles in most sparkling wines. Where does it come from? Yeast is naturally occurring on grape skins, and in the winery environment.  Grapes...

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To Your Door – Launched

To Your Door – Launched

Wine Taste Talk ... To Your Door Do you enjoy unearthing and tasting interesting wines, but don’t always have the time or perhaps don’t quite know where to start? Introducing the perfect wine subscription that does the work for you. Experience 6 delicious bottles of...

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Wine On The Move – Delivered to you.

Wine On The Move – Delivered to you.

Wine Taste Talk is wine on the move, literally. I have set up in the NSW Rural town of Oberon, www.visitoberon.com   Yes, that’s me in the snow, delivering wine. Wine Taste Talk is available in Sydney, the Blue Mountains the Central West of NSW and anywhere else by...

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Your Story, Bottled. The Exciting New Wine Gift

Your Story, Bottled. The Exciting New Wine Gift

At Wine Taste Talk we are always looking for ways to bring people together over a glass of wine and we are very excited to be offering a new wine gift that will delight. Your Story, Bottled Welcome to the win-win of gift giving. Introducing a very personalised gift...

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Create Your Own Wine Taste Talk Online Group

Create Your Own Wine Taste Talk Online Group

Hello Fellow Wine Lovers There is not one industry, organisation or person that has not been affected by Covid-19. One positive outcome is how so many people have come together to create a sense of community, to entertain and to support. The wine industry is not...

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Wine List Fear – How a Wine Class Can Help!

Wine List Fear – How a Wine Class Can Help!

Wine education is useful in your business and social life. Do you shudder at the thought of being asked to choose a wine in a restaurant with clients colleagues or friends?  Does purchasing wine as a gift have you breaking out in a cold sweat. A good introductory wine...

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A Beginners Guide To Wine

A Beginners Guide To Wine

Here is a blog that I was quoted in for those at the beginning of their love affair with wine. I hope you enjoy reading it. https://www.mydeal.com.au/blog/post/beginners-guide-to-wine

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Red Wine For Summer

Red Wine For Summer

Here is a link to an article that I am was interviewed for. The discussion was around what wines to serve in Summer and what temperature to serve them at. I hope you enjoy some good red wine this long weekend. http://bit.ly/2n1In4e

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More Assyrtiko Love

Following on from my last post I saw this review of the Jim Barry Assyrtiko and 2 other emerging varieties in Australia a Fiano and a Tempranillo Touriga. The review is by David Williams and appeared in the Guardian on Sunday 22nd of October 2017. It is good to see...

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Jim Barry Assyrtiko

Jim Barry Assyrtiko

This grape is a native of Greece and it was first planted in Australia by Peter Barry of Jim Barry wines in the Clare Valley South Australia in 2012.  Peter had tried the wine in its native Santorini Greece whilst on holiday and noted its similarities to Riesling that...

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Hot Days Cool Wine

Hot Days Cool Wine

Wine Taste Talk is again running a Pre-Christmas wine class in Yarraville on Tuesday 5th of December. The 3 hour class will look at wines to drink this Christmas as well as whats on trend to drink this summer. New styles of crisp white Rose and reds to be enjoyed on a...

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Australian Women In Wine Awards

Australian Women In Wine Awards

Last moth these awards were held in London, with many winners and finalists being honoured for their contribution to the Australian Wine Industry. Follow the link to the video to learn a little more. http://bit.ly/2g9jBNg

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Hot Days Cool Wine

Hot Days Cool Wine

Wine Taste Talk is running a Pre-Christmas wine class in Yarraville on Thursday 15th of December. The 3 hour class will look at wines to drink this Christmas as well as whats on trend to drink this summer. New styles of crisp white and reds to be enjoyed on a warm...

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A Week With Wine Is Always A Good Week

A Week With Wine Is Always A Good Week

One of the advantages of moving to the big smoke of Melbourne is the ability to taste lots of different wines and meet interesting people at wine  events. This week has been a winner on both scores. Tuesday was the Australian Women in Wine Awards, a fantastic...

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Some Days Are Diamonds.

Some Days Are Diamonds.

Yesterday, not only did I go to the Port Adelaide-Collingwood game to see The Power win convincingly, then win a signed football at the after game function. I came home to Duck Agnolotti paired with a delicious 2013 Spring Vale Pinot Noir. I had been saving this one...

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Wine Taste talk Has Moved To Melbourne

You may have noticed that Wine Taste Talk has been fairly quiet recently. This is due to my relocation to Melbourne, including moving the cellar, which was no small task!!!!! Not to mention selling a house and finding a new one. With the office, house and wine now...

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2010 Bird in Hand Two in the Bush Merlot Cabernet

January 2nd 2016 The second day of the year, where did that go? Today’s offering is a 2010 Bird in Hand Merlot Cabernet that spent a few years in the cellar. This Adelaide Hills producer has won many awards in the past and had a particularly successful year last year....

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