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  • New World and Old World Wines and which is better?

    On May 20, 2013 12:33:50 PM

    Wines are broadly classified in two regions, the "Old World" and the "New World". The old world consist of wine growing regions from France, Italy, Germany, Portugal, and Spain. The wine making in some these countries dates back to almost 11th century when monks from the monasteries used to make wines. Many of the grape varietals were originated in these regions. To cite few examples - the Riesling white grape varietal originated from Germany, while the famous Chardonnay white grape varietal originated from the Chablis region in France, 200 kms  south of Paris. Similarly the King of red grapes Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot were first planted in the worlds most famous wine growing region of Bordeaux in France where as the Sangiovese red grape varietal comes from the beautiful wine region of Tuscany in Italy which makes the famous Chianti wines.

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  • Vintage wine and when is the wine ready to drink?

    On May 20, 2013 12:32:52 PM

    "Bombay Wine Club" is looking to "jump start" and put life back into the club. We will be starting a series of activities with a fun party at the swanky Four Seasons Hotel this month followed by a big wine fair at the Radio Club in October. Apart from this we will also be starting a series of educational post twice every week where our member will be able to get tips on wine and wine drinking. We have all sorts of members - some highly educated in wine and many who are beginning to explore the fascinating wine world. The initial posts will talk about the wine basics and could be redundant to few...so please bear with us for a few weeks! I encourage you to send your comments to me directly for your views or any discrepancy in my posts.

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