German Pinot Noir: Is It Worth The Hype?

Reading Time: German wines are much more than just Riesling. In the past, German Pinot Noir may have been thin and unexciting but today things are different. Now might be the time to give German Pinot Noir a taste. There are many articles on the internet today titled Germany Might

Italian Wine From Valle d’Aosta

Italian wine valle d aosta

Reading Time: Pure mountain magic... Valle d'Aosta is Italy's smallest wine region by vineyard area and population. The region has less than 500 hectares under vine and around 120,000 residents. Despite its small size, the Valle d'Aosta delivers big time when it comes to views and quality of the wine.

Taste Champagne Hong Kong By Tyson Stelzer

Taste Champagne Hong Kong Watsons

Reading Time: While Charine is crazy about Champagne, I've always been slow to the party. Over the years I've attempted to become knowledgeable about sparkling wines, especially Champagne. The Taste Champagne Hong Kong by Tyson Stelzer was a great opportunity to sharpen my palate further. There were 30 houses pouring over 130

Tasmanian Wine: Pinot Noir & Sparkling Wine

Tyson Stelzer Tasmanian Pinot Noir Tasmanian Sparkling Wine

Reading Time: Tasmania has always piqued my interest. Perhaps it was my interest in zoology as a kid. Learning about the extinct Tasmanian Wolf and extant Tasmanian Devil made the island seem so exotic. Fast forward to the present day and it's an exciting region for my current interest -

Grand Cro Croatian Wine: 16 Wines Worth Trying

Croatian Wine Grand Cro Trip

Reading Time: It's time to give Croatian wine a look. With four major wine regions, true Mediterranean and Continental climates, and over a hundred indigenous varieties the country is poised to make a splash on the world market. Now the country needs to focus on promotion - enter the first

Exotic Wine Travel’s 18 Wines of 2018

exotic-wine-travel-wine-recommendation-2018

Reading Time: What a year. 2018 marked our fourth year as location-independent entrepreneurs and our third year in the wine industry. While the first two years seemed like a constant struggle for acceptance into this new world, 2018 was dancing to a different tune---we felt welcomed and appreciated for much