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A new and extreme era of wine writing (and why it matters)

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“Buon ferragosto a tutti! Happy ferragosto, everyone! Above: "37 Grape Varieties" by Tuscan naturalist painter Bartolomeo Bimbi (1648-1729). The painting was commissioned by Cosimo III de’ Medici.”


Via Tracy Cervellone CWE, jimkelly38
Excalibur Wine & Spirits's insight:

The information age has brought the exploration of wine to a brand new inovative level and it is clear there is a whole newuniverse left to explore.

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Mary H Goudie's curator insight, September 11, 2013 3:55 PM

The British (Scottish) were among the first wine [b]loggers.

Travel writers like Gilbert Burnet (1643-1715), Bishop of Salisbury, described wines and viticulture in seventeenth-century Italy (thanks to the advent of Google books, more than one wine blogger has found his reference to “natural wine,” an expression which denotes wine that has not been fortified). This good old tippling boy took a wife from my home county Ayrshire would you believe!

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Vanguard picks up artisanal tequila - The Shout

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Vanguard picks up artisanal tequila The Shout “I owe my thanks to Sophie Decobecq and Stefano Francavilla from Calle 23 tequila for introducing me to the man behind Fortaleza, Mr Guillermo Erickson Sauza, last year in the town of Tequila.”...

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Fortaleza Tequila is also available at www.excaliburwinespirits.com.au for the general public. For purchase enquiries to buy this spirit online and have it delivered to your door please contact info@excaliburwinespirits.com.au

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A new and extreme era of wine writing (and why it matters)

A new and extreme era of wine writing (and why it matters) | All things wine & Spirits | Scoop.it

“Buon ferragosto a tutti! Happy ferragosto, everyone! Above: "37 Grape Varieties" by Tuscan naturalist painter Bartolomeo Bimbi (1648-1729). The painting was commissioned by Cosimo III de’ Medici.”


Via Tracy Cervellone CWE, jimkelly38
Excalibur Wine & Spirits's insight:

The information age has brought the exploration of wine to a brand new inovative level and it is clear there is a whole newuniverse left to explore.

more...
Mary H Goudie's curator insight, September 11, 2013 3:55 PM

The British (Scottish) were among the first wine [b]loggers.

Travel writers like Gilbert Burnet (1643-1715), Bishop of Salisbury, described wines and viticulture in seventeenth-century Italy (thanks to the advent of Google books, more than one wine blogger has found his reference to “natural wine,” an expression which denotes wine that has not been fortified). This good old tippling boy took a wife from my home county Ayrshire would you believe!