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Types of Fermentation Vessels

Types of Fermentation Vessels

7 days ago
Clay Amphorae Positives: One of the most ancient and natural methods of winemaking. No addition...
Vinification Explained

Vinification Explained

15 days ago
The conversion of the juice of the grapes to wine through the process of fermentation. This is th...
Bordeaux | Home of the Heavenly & Divine Red Blends

Bordeaux | Home of the Heavenly & Divine Red Blends

November 23 2021
The Bordeaux wine region is the most renowned and storied wine region in the world. Its long history, which dates back to the Romans, the quality of the wines produced and its large area of production have created and built its insurmountable reputation. From red to white, rosé, sweet and sparkling wine.
Organic and Biodynamic | What's the difference?

Organic and Biodynamic | What's the difference?

November 23 2021

How many times have you seen the label "Organic" or Biodynamic" and wondered what the difference is between the two? Broadly speaking, both practices are focused on ensuring that the vines are grown completely free from chemical pesticides, herbicides, fertilisers and GMOs.

How to Serve a Glass of Champagne

How to Serve a Glass of Champagne

November 23 2021
A guide to ensure no Champagne will be wasted! Opening the Bottle: Tilt the bottle slightly awa...
Terroir | The 5 Elements of a Great Wine

Terroir | The 5 Elements of a Great Wine

November 23 2021
At Le Club, all our wines are sources from producers that are mastering these five elements. This...
Burgundy | World Renowned Wine Region

Burgundy | World Renowned Wine Region

November 23 2021
Burgundy, otherwise known as Bourgogne, is a universally renowned wine region, known for crafting top quality wines for an insatiable, discerning global market. Not only is the region constantly growing in popularity, it is the actual Climats of the Bourgogne winegrowing region that is covered by the UNESCO World Heritage List, more accurately the sub-regions of Côte de Beaune and Côte de Nuits, extending over a 60km geological fault line, including the towns of Dijon and Beaune.

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