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Thomas Heitz
Thomas Heitz Chef & Sommelier at Port Restaurant, Frenchman’s Bay, Canada

(Pronounced suh-mal-’yAy) In Medieval Provençal times they were saumaliers, animal pack drivers who evolved during Middle French kingdom to become court officials… read more

Martin Charlebois

(pronounced suh-mal-’yAy) In Medieval Provençal times they were saumaliers, animal pack drivers who evolved during Middle French kingdom to become court officials… read more

House of Rosevelt
The House of Roosevelt, Shanghai: Wednesday Wine Nights

If you are in Shanghai on any Wednesday, as a tourist, on a work trip or as a local, The House of… read more

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Noisy Ritual Urban Winery – Saturday 29th Novmber
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Great Southern Seafood Feast with Wine hosted by Yilgarnia Wines

Yilgarnia Wines, a tiny and award-winning boutique winery in Denmark, Western Australia, will be our special host at Merchants Wine Cellar’s next… read more

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Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate – Matter of Taste Singapore – Nov 22

 

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Vignamaggio Chianti Wine Dinner at Bella Pasta – Singapore Nov 5
Not the sort of women for me
Imagine being married to one of these mob, a seriously dry argument!
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Yalumba Master Class with Louisa Rose

Radisson New World Hotel, 88 Nanjing Road Shanghai Yalumba, Australia’s oldest family owned winery, sits firmly in the highest echelon of Australian… read more

New Zealand Pinot Noir in Shanghai
Perfect Match: New Zealand Pinot Noir and Chinese cuisine

Our Shanghai correspondent, Mick Knuppel, senses a change of the old guard as the new generation Shanghainese move away from pretentious French… read more

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Ridge of no return

The sensational results of a tasting in Paris more than 30 years ago forever changed the way American wines were considered, writes… read more

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Benjamin Britten “Peace and Conflict”

Capriol Films’ latest project, a feature film about Benjamin Britten, to be released as part of the celebrations that will be occurring… read more

Bauer takes his biodynamics very seriously
New Zealand’s Quiet Achiever: Rudi Bauer, Quartz Reef

Walter Bourke Homage – Pinot Noir Producer of the Year Must-Have Wines Best of the Lunar Year – 2010 – Year of… read more

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Tenjinbashisuji Shopping Street – Osaka, Japan

The Tenjinbashisuji Shopping Street in Osaka is purportedly the longest arcade in Japan, a 2.6km-long shopping narrow mall starting at Tenjinbashi, reaching… read more

Pegasus Bay New Zealand
Pegasus Wine Dinner with Paul Donaldson

Paul Donaldson, of the clan that founded and owns Pegasus Bay will be in town shortly. He is the youngest of the… read more

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