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Burgundy wines under $100

Burgundy wines have a reputation for being expensive, however there are well-priced gems from small producers that are worth seeking out.

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How to pour Christmas wine

It is the most wonderful time of the year and you have probably researched, planned and procured the best possible bottles of wine to suit everyone’s taste and impress family and friends around the Christmas table. Here’s a bunch of handy rules that will make those special wines shine this Christmas.

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Pét-nat 101

Light and fresh and perfect for summer, here is everything you need to know to buy or order a pét-nat wine with confidence.

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Chilled reds for summer

During the heat of summer, you could cool down with a dip in the ocean or a nap in the shade of an old oak tree – or you could seize on a bottle of chillable red and enjoy its juicy, fresh, textural qualities.

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A sparkling Christmas

The GM at Sydney’s Shell House restaurant, Alexander Kirkwood, has poured more bubbles than most wine professionals. He shares his favourite Champagnes and local sparkling wines for festive season celebrations – plus a top tip on glassware.

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Rosé, beyond Provence

There’s more to rosé than the light, dry wines of Provence. From Sicily to Mudgee, rosé makers are drawing on a range of grapes to craft an even wider range of intriguing styles. Looking for love this summer? Think pink.

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Natural reds of the Languedoc

Languedoc’s diverse terroir has drawn vignerons since Roman times, and now some of its most exciting wines are the natural reds being made by a new generation of energetic young winemakers.