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Here at Wine Selectors we get asked a LOT of interesting questions about wine. What is the best cellaring temperature? Is screw cap better than cork? What is an organic wine? How long does open with last? .... To find out the answers to these questions and more, check out our video series by wine expert and Tasting Panellist, Adam Walls.

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Crown seal or cage closure? Ever wondered what is better?

While there is a romance surrounding the slight pop of a cork easing out of a bottle, in Australia and New Zealand the majority of wines are now bottled under screw cap. What's the difference between wine sealed with a crown and a wine sealed with a cage? Read Article

Make the most of an opened bottle

If you’re like us and love good wine, there’s little chance of a bottle lasting long enough to risk losing its drinkability. If you do find yourself with an opened bottle at the end of an evening, this video will help to make the most of those delectable drops before they’re spoiled. Learn More

It’s heartbreaking to open a bottle of wine only to find it has deteriorated or is no longer drinkable due to poor cellaring. Get it right to keep your wine at its best in your home, for drinking soon or sometime in the future, enjoy great wine every time! Learn More

With a rise in the number of people practicing conscious consumption, and a desire on the part of growers and winemakers to experiment and embrace more sustainable techniques, organic wines are becoming more and more mainstream. View this video tip to find out what makes wine organic.

While your mum has taught you that it’s definitely not socially acceptable to spit, tasting wine is one exception. So, pucker up, get ready to purse your lips and learn how the pros produce a perfect stream that hits the spittoon spot on every time!

Serving red wine with a little bit of chill often enhances the fruit, rounds out the tannins and will help make the alcohol level more seamless. Lighter reds with bright acidity and those made from thinner-skinned grapes like Pinot Noir really benefit from some time in the refrigerator.

To pop or crack – discover traditional versus more modern methods of keeping your wine in mint drinking condition and find out what is preferred by consumers in Australia.

We’ve all done it – popped a teaspoon in the top of a bottle of Sparkling once we’re done so we can enjoy its bubbles again later. But does it actually work? Adam busts the myth in the video.

A good wine deserves a good glass to serve it in, and when it comes to glassware for you wine, your options are almost endless. Watch now for one glassware tip that will serve you well no matter the wine or occasion!

Sure, it can be hard to beat a really good example of a single-variety wine. But branching out and exploring blends can reward you in spades… and may just dispel forever the somewhat out-dated notion that blends aren’t worth your time.

What are the benefits of ageing wine?

Some wines really do reveal themselves as entirely different beasts after a bit of time in the cellar. Discover the elemental magic of why it’s worth popping that bottle away in a safe place for a little (or a long) while.

We’ve all enjoyed a small, delicious glass of tawny, muscat or topaque from time to time after a rich meal or dessert, but what is it that makes fortified wine different to regular wines?

Luscious and full of flavour – and often referred to as dessert wines – Adam explains the essential qualities of sweet wines, when to enjoy them, and why they’re one of the most delicious styles around.

What exactly is a vegan-friendly wine? It all comes down to how they’re made. Learn how winemakers are able to craft wines that you can serve without a second thought at your next vegan spread.

Have you ever wondered why it is that your wine displays a certain aroma or flavour? Learn how winemakers and wine show judges identify and use aromatic and flavour descriptors when describing the character and quality of a wine.

Bottles with thicker glass are pricier because there is a higher investment in the packaging process, but does it say anything about the wine quality.

Two Blues Sauvignon Blanc 2014
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