Wine Tasting in China, and Question of the day:Which wines should I put in the cellar? ~ Wine Wednesday

Each Wine Wednesday we share words of advice from your favourite winos, oenophiles and beyond . . .

Wine Tasting in China: Lost in Translation

A hint of fermented cabbage, deep undertones of lychee? The WSJ’s Jason Chow explains how these new wine descriptors may help Chinese connoisseurs understand the many complexities of wine.


Question of the week

The question: I want to start a personal wine cellar. Which wines should I put in the cellar?

The answer: The first thing to ask yourself is how “serious” you wish the cellar to be. The questions you should ask yourself are the following; where you wish to put the cellar, how many bottles should you wish to put in there, how much money are you willing to spend, what are the wines you, personally, like to drink and finally, how long do you intend to age these wines?


Happy Wine Wednesday everyone!

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