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The Wild Side of Central Otago

First Published on Robert Parker Wine Journal Dec 6 2016 There’s something about venison that brings out the hunger for the wild… read more

South African vineyard uses Indian runner ducks control pests sustainably

  Now this is my kind of sustainable pest control, ducks!! Check out article on Dominion Post online http://www.stuff.co.nz/world/africa/80509549/south-african-vineyard-uses-indian-runner-ducks-control-pests-sustainably

Ipoh Dreaming… on a Chinese New Year’s Day

I have been coming to the town of Ipoh for almost 20 years now and yet it still remains an enigma to… read more

Marlborough Rising – Wellingtons other ‘local’ Wine Region

Reflecting on the brilliant and bountiful Wellington on a Plate festival held recently, I had the opportunity of frequenting the pop-up Match… read more

Prince of the Barossa

There are no duds in the Rolf Binder range of wines, writes Curtis Marsh, who tracks the rise and rise of the… read more

First Among Equals

Great wines are hopefully always enigmatic and there are some real gems to be discovered among the 2006 German Rieslings. While there… read more

The Sommeliers Palate – A Big Hand for Oscar Malek, Head Sommelier and Wine Buyer at Chewton Glen Hotel & Spa in Hampshire, South of England

(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

Curtis Marsh wanderings in New Zealand

The Wandering Palate in New Zealand, visit Wanderings… Wanaka, Deep South Is., New Zealand (July 29th) Clive did an exhaustive check on… read more

Wine Feng Shui – Most Auspicious Wine for the Year of the Black Water Dragon 2012

Most Auspicious Wine for Chinese New Year 2012 Year of the Black Water Dragon year Pegasus Bay Prima Donna Pinot Noir 2009… read more

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

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