“Santa Rita: A historic monument in the Maipo Valley,” in the Andean Museum A temporary exhibit inspired by the book “Santa Rita: A historic monument in the Maipo Valley” will be on display for three months in the Andean Museum in Alto Jahuel. The exhibition will show a synthesis of the winery’s history, beginning in…Details
Typically wine racks are meant to hold 750 ML bottles of wine. But in today’s market there are various sizes of these bottles that hold the same amount of wine.
Every gin lover’s perfect job? We would like to start September with a fantastic job oppportunity, we saw this online and we couldnt resist to share that with you. Get paid £20,000-a-year just to drink Gin in lovers might want to start drafting their resignation letters, this could be their perfect job. Website ILoveGin is…Details
New gadget Savino Wine Saving Carafe Whether you like red, white, or rosé, we can all agree that an already opened bottle of wine is probably the worst thing you can drink. Once you’ve open a bottle, it’s only a matter of time that your wine will become undrinkable, but Savino’s carafe is a useful tool…Details
Mateus has the perfect app for you Sogrape Vinhos created the app that will help you: an alarm will go off when your bottle of Mateus is ready to leave the refrigerator and be perfect for serving. Download the app and enjoy our wines at the ideal temperature: Mateus Rosé Original and Mateus Sparkling should be served chilled in a flute wine…Details
MUNDUS VINI Summer Tasting 2016 Thursday, 1 September 2016 sees the start of the four-day MUNDUS VINI summer tasting in Germany’s Neustadt an der Weinstrasse, during which 4,300 wines from 38 nations will be tasted and judged by an international jury. A total of 150 international wine experts will arrive from 40 nations to…Details
What is sherry? Sherry is a fortified wine made from white grapes that are grown near the town of Jerez de la Frontera in Andalusia, Spain. Sherry is produced in a variety of styles made primarily from the Palomino grape, ranging from light versions similar to white table wines, such as Manzanilla and Fino,…Details
THE FIRST WINE LABEL While we may still need to decode a wine label in order to understand all of the vital information it’s imparting, we have to admit that the label is a very convenient invention. It’s quite hard to imagine what we’d do if we were uninformed about the wine inside the bottle. Without the label,…Details