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The Ins and Outs Of Acidity In Wine

Cherry Yung10/ 6/20

Acidity in wine is usually recognised by tastes, by undertones and by the quality of its production. Yet, have you ever visibly spotted a bottle with high acidity levels? It’s likely that you have, yet brushed over the shard-like crystals, believing they are ice or signs of oxidization. In some...

The Ins and Outs of Decanting White Wine

Callum Dooley9/ 8/20

Have you ever decanted a bottle of wine? In most cases, if so, it’s likely to be a red number, known as the most commonly decanted type of wine. Whites or sparkling wines are usually left to the backburner, to be consumed straight from their bottles. Are we right? Yet,...

How Long Can a Bottle of Wine Stay Open For?

Cherry Yung8/17/20

Have you ever opened a bottle of your favourite wine, yet failed to finish it in one sitting? With that, have you wondered how long you can get away with it being open for? Of course, in some cases, a bottle won’t last very long (we think we’re on the...

What Really Happens Through The Wine Ageing Process?

Callum Dooley7/14/20

To the average palate, wine is just another alcoholic beverage. Yet, to wine lovers, there’s a colour, brand, flavour and age, ideal for every occasion, memory or experience. Some wines are purchased for immediate consumption, yet, others are bought to prolong, to enjoy years down the line. The ageing process...