On our recent trip to Australia one of the must-visit regions was the Mornington Peninsula, south of Melbourne. We heard great stories about the wine produced in this cool-climate peninsula surrounded by the ocean, but never had the chance to experience the wines made there. There’s only about 50 wineries and just under 2,000 acres … More The Cool Wines of Mornington Peninsula, Australia
On our recent trip Down Under this time we visited Yarra Valley in Victoria. Only one hour’s drive from Melbourne this is one of Australia’s oldest wine growing regions, dating back to 1838. This cool climate area is famous for its Chardonnay and Pinot Noir as well as its sparkling wines. Probably the best-known sparkling … More Our Visit to Yarra Valley, Australia
With the summer holidays just behind us, now is the time to start planning for your next holidays. Whenever The Wine Junkies take a vacation, wine always plays an important role. In this post, we recommend you our top 10 most beautiful wine regions in the world which are definitely worth your visit. Mosel – … More Top 10 Most Beautiful Wine Regions in the World
Decanting wine looks cool. Firstly, there is the carafe, which comes in many different styles and sizes. But besides that, is there actually any point why you would decant your wine? Is it only to impress your guests at the dinner table? The Wine Junkies did some research and we have the answers here for … More Is Decanting Wine Only Done to Impress Your Dinner Guests?
After having seen the movie BottleShock (highly recommended if you haven’t seen it before) we know what kind of effect a flight can have on wine. But how about wine served in the cabin? Is it also affected in a similar way? Or do we taste the wine different because of the high altitude and … More Wine on board of planes