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New World Cabs that will WOW Old World Cab drinkers

We’ve all at some points got invited to varietal tastings where we were challenged to bring something with an Old World resemblance yet coming from New World origins. It takes choosing New World wines of relatively lower degree of ripeness; and of certain age so to coax nuanced savoury-mineral notes and a restrained sense of complexity […]

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11 May, 2022

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Wine De-mythed: No oak in Chablis?

All wine students get told that Chablis is an unoaked white wine at some points of our wine journeys. No oak in Chablis always stands, isn’t it? Nay! Here’s what happen next. Then comes the day when we come across Chablis wine legends like Francois Raveneau and Rene & Vincent Dauvissat, widely regarded as two […]

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6 Apr, 2022

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6 female winemaker’s stories to read on Women’s Day

As a female-led company, WWX values and cherishes opportunities to celebrate women power. Today we share the stories of timeless legends and amazing women in wine. What inspires us all lies not only in how great their achievements are, but also how unwavering their wills are in face of adversities. Happy Women’s Day! The Grande […]

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8 Mar, 2022

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Chinese New Year Food and Wine Pairings

Poon Choi CNY casserole Poon Choi is set to be the most popular choice for this CNY as the city continues its 6pm dine-in ban to combat the current wave of COVID19, compelling us all to stay home and celebrate this annual festival in a more intimate setting. To pair wines with Poon Choi, it […]

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27 Jan, 2022

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Revisiting 2012 Bordeaux

2012 Bordeaux witnessed how growers and winemakers rose to challenges and crafted wonderful wines by responding quickly to weather conditions, adopting rigorous selection and applying years of experience to coax the best from what was a small, and at times challenging, vintage. 2012 growing season began in rather wet conditions, flowering timings were sporadic and […]

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19 Jan, 2022

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