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The 2011 Vintage Sparkling has landed

We are proud to present the 2011 Vintage Sparkling, grown and made here in Nicholson, East Gippsland, using the traditional ‘hands-on’, ‘Méthode Champenoise’. This time we have raised our output to 60 dozen bottles. There are many ways to make ‘Sparkling
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What is a “Food and Wine Culture”?

Second Feast on East Direct Dinner “Rudder and Fin” restaurant in Lakes Entrance on 21/11/15 Address by Ken Eckersley of Nicholson River Winery It is something we often talk about at FOED and aspire to, but what is it really?
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Feast on East Direct Dinner, Little Alice’s Restaurant in Bairnsdale on 24/10/15, Address by Ken Eckersley of Nicholson River Winery

I hope you noticed that you were given a white wine glass of Sparkling Wine and not a flute! In the Champagne region flutes are regarded as suitable for cheap bubbly as they accentuate the bubbles, but quality Champagne has
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A Theory on the Balance between Flavour and Mouthfeel in Wine

The side of the truck said – “Feel the taste of Munchies”. This is quite right, and it could also have said “Smell the taste of Munchies”, because taste, whether food or wine, has these two sensory aspects. This will
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How to Enjoy Wine

Wine was regarded in Ancient Greece as a gift from the Gods, one of life’s great pleasures. The exciting world of wine can be opened to you too, if you know a few of the basics.Firstly, wine is a beverage
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Wine Style and Wine Quality

It seems to me that wine style and wine quality are often confused, not only in the minds of wine consumers but more importantly in those of wine judges. The added complication is that ‘style’ is related to ‘fashion’. When
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A Course in How to Enjoy the New Modern Wines

In recent years much has been happening to wine in Australia. There are new varieties and new grape growing areas, such as in Southern and Eastern Victoria. They are often different from mainstream Australian styles and have features and qualities
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How to Eat Wine (OR Become a Wine Connoisseur in 5 minutes)

“Eating wine” isn’t for everyone. For some it will be so obvious that it is irrelevant. For others, their assumptions about wine will be challenged. Others again will have their confusion cleared. Fortunately, there is a simple test that will
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Wine & Food

Food is meant to sustain us – “what we eat today walks and talks tomorrow”, and, as a bonus, can be a pleasurable sensory experience. Our body evolved so that the need to eat was hardwired into the senses, and
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