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Most of the blogs on this site are mine. However, I continue to invite valued friends, from wine merchants to musicians, to comment on the world of wine.

I believe the more diverse opinions on my website, the better the content and viewing for everyone. And there’s so much to talk about, whether it’s a great bottle of wine or a mellow cigar.

Almost all the blogs are free content.

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"Heelllloooo Jim" was usually how the conversation started ­– with a loud and enthusiastic yell. "How...

My Blog: Pol Roger's Best Ever Champagne?

Pol Roger Cuvée Sir Winston Churchill was just recently released in Italy where I have been spending most of the...

Nick's Blog: Southerly Attitude - A Tasting with Aussie Sparkling King Ed Carr

Talk to any winemaker in Australia about sparkling winemakers and there’s little in the way of disagreement that Ed...

Nick's Blog: A Decade of Wynns’ Single Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignons

The mojo of any great wine region is reliant on many things, but to remain at the top of its game, every great wine region...

Elliot's Blog: The Well – Water’s Importance in Making Sake

Ah, water. It is so important to all of our favorite beverages to the point that one mineral out of place can make a...

Nick's Blog: Dom Perignon's Plenitudes

One of the things I most often get asked is the “when to drink my...” wine question and it is often a hard one...

My Blog: Battle of the Robustos - Again

I spent a day this week with a big cigar collector friend in Taormina in Sicily. The Hong Kong businessman is one of the...

My Blog: Tawny Port from 1882

In June, Graham’s released a tawny port that dates back to 1882, which is when the first member...

My Articles: Hong Kong Tatler, July 2014

In James' column for the July issue of Hong Kong Tatler magazine, he discusses terroir and New World wines finding a sense...

Nick's Blog: S.C. Pannell’s New McLaren Vale Headquarters

Talk about a win-win situation; it’s hard to know who is luckier -- McLaren Vale winemaker Steve Pannell or the...

Elliot's Blog: Koji - Rice Sweetened by Spores

I never believed that cooked rice, unseasoned, could taste like Frosted Flakes cereal. In fact, even though the taste had...

Nick's Blog: Vietti Barolo Riserva Villero Tasting

“Minchia!” (Oh my God!) is a helluva way to introduce a wine, but when Vietti’s Luca Currado, one of...

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