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On Preservative Free, Sulphite/Sulfite Free and Natural Wines
An Explanation of Preservative Free, Sulphite/Sulfite Free and Natural Wines For years I have had a bad reaction to wine,
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Wine for everyman – rethinking the fundamentals of wine
This article was originally published in the Australian Wine Industry Journal, December 2004 by Ken Eckersley With appreciation to the
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On wine & cheese matching
(This article was originally published in the magazine “Flavours from the not so far east” first (and only) edition: ’11
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How to Eat Wine (OR Become a Wine Connoisseur in
“Eating wine” isn’t for everyone. For some it will be so obvious that it is irrelevant. For others, their assumptions
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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
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A Theory on the Balance between Flavour and Mouthfeel in
The side of the truck said – “Feel the taste of Munchies”. This is quite right, and it could also
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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
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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
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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,
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Which Wine? Which Food?
Food is meant to sustain us – “what we eat today walks and talks tomorrow”, and, as a bonus, can
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