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Our Picks From Famous American Wine Regions | Wine Appellations

Take a tour around famous wine regions in the US and learn about wine appellations and American Viticultural Areas. Don't forget to try our selected picks of American wines from each region!

Pair popular Italian wines with these dishes | Wine Connection

Doing the first steps into food and wine pairing can be daunting; it takes months or even years of learning about the wines and food.

A basic rule for wine and food pairing is to match the wine and food flavour intensity. But if you want some quick and easy wine pairings for Italian wines, read on!

STORIES BEHIND THE BOTTLES - Episode 9 - Seresin Estate, NZ

Created by Michael Seresin, Seresin Estate is a new world winery with an old world approach. Since 1992, they have been specializing in Organic and biodynamic wine.

STORIES BEHIND THE BOTTLES - Episode 8 - Zonte's Footstep

Rated five stars by James Halliday, Zonte’s Footstep is a proudly independent Australian wine producer established in 2003.

They always aim to bottle wines with personality and expression… that’s why they gave them names like "Chocolate Factory"!

STORIES BEHIND THE BOTTLES - Episode 7 - ERNEST RAPENEAU - LIMITED EDITION CHAMPAGNE EXTRA BRUT - CHAMPAGNE, FRANCE

This Limited Edition Champagne Extra Brut has been created by the RAPENEAU family to pay tribute to the rich and diverse Asian Culture.
The watercolour painting on the bottle has been exclusively commissioned by the winery to Ms. Samantha SEOW, local artist and calligrapher.

STORIES BEHIND THE BOTTLES - Episode 6 - Rivesaltes Dom Brial

Dom Brial was founded in Baixas (Languedoc-Roussillon, South France) in 1923. A handful of winegrowers joined together sharing this conviction: “Together, we stand strong”.
It was in this spirit of solidarity and excellence that the winery was created.

STORIES BEHIND THE BOTTLES - Episode 5 - Champagne Ernest Rapeneau

Ernest Rapeneau founded his Champagne and wine business in 1901 in the village of Hautvillers, the cradle of Champagne. However, it was not until 1927, when the viticultural boundaries of Champagne were fixed, that Ernest began to specialize in the champagne trade.

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