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Critical Drinking

“Can you recommend a wine to me?” says my friend.

“Of course.” I say.

Mufasa’s death scene then figuratively takes place in my head, the buffalo being the torrent of inflective questio…

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What your wine preference says about your personality

The other day, upon scrolling through my news feed on Facebook, I came across some sort of quiz that makes an assumption about your personality after answering a few simple questions and then miraculo…

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Adi Badenhorst Winemaker at Badenhorst Family Wines

Q : When and where were you born  ?

“I was born in Wynberg in 1972.”

Q : Where did you study ?  

With the mischievous grin that most of his contributions were given  “I studied a…

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New technology for juice recovery in winemaking

by Loftie Ellis, Hand Perabo & Brett Rightford

Decanter technology can have a huge impact on juice recovery in future, according to results of commercial-scale tests.

Standard practices…

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Anchor Co-Inoculant Bacteria 3.2: THE FUTURE OF MALOLACTIC FERMENTATION

Winemakers have long used yeast starter cultures during fermentation to manipulate the final profile and quality of the resulting wine. This practice has become the norm around the world. Taking this…

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The War on Terroirism

Can you taste the soil: literally feel the cations in their particular ratios dancing on your tongue? Or perhaps that soft sea breeze that lulls an ever so gentle slumber of eucalyptus over the grape…

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