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Fermentation findings

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This week Andi and I attended a workshop called ‘Lifting the lid on fermentation’.   It gave us some fascinating insights into what happened in our Teachers Pet ferment earlier in the year. We allowed our ferment to start naturally, using the ‘natural’ yeast which was present in order to get …

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Sixty glorious hours in the Barossa Valley

In Andi's Reviews, Musings by Classtoglass

Australia’s numerous wine regions are a glorious playground for wine enthusiasts. In September 2016, I had the pleasure of spending some time in the beautiful Barossa Valley, one of South Australia’s finest. Welcome to the Barossa Valley Lush meadows and vineyards perched aloft steep hills greeted us as we meandered …

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The dawn of an enthusiast – it is all about the ritual

In Musings by Classtoglass

I love wine, not like a dependant, but like a true enthusiast. I am Wine’s biggest fan. Ever since I was allowed to take a sip from my parents’ glass at Christmas I have been fully committed to the musty-nectar. However, it has not been an easy journey. Learning to …