Australia

Milne: ‘Cork is completely outdated’

Cork as a closure for wine is “a completely outdated“ technology nowadays, according to Kym Milne MW, chief winemaker at Bird in Hand in Australia’s Adelaide Hills.

Torbreck launches latest Laird and RunRig

Australian winery Torbreck has released the latest vintages of its flagship wines ‘The Laird’ and ‘RunRig’.

Screwcaps allow wine ‘to age gracefully’ says Wakefield MD

Mitchell Taylor, managing director and third-generation winemaker at Wakefield Wines, said he is “positive that screwcaps are the future” as they allow wines “to age gracefully.”

The week in pictures: Hong Kong

We round up the highlights from this week's Hong Kong wine trade including Continental's portfolio tasting, Angelo Gaja's Hong Kong visit and Bollinger's latest 'La Grande Année'

Uncorked: Chris Hatcher

May 8th, 2017

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