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How long does wine last?

Many people have heard that wine lasts indefinitely, but unfortunately, that’s not true. As long as the bottle of wine is unopened and it’s stored properly, it can be stored for years. If your wine is of great quality, you might keep it in your pantry or cellar for many years and it’ll be fine, provided you store it properly..

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How to tell if wine is bad?

Wine does expire, but it strongly depends on its quality. If it’s a quality one, it can be stored even for a hundred years and after opening it’ll be of great quality. Cheap wines should be used within a few years. Those pieces of information are true to each white, red and sparking wine. Once the bottle of wine is opened, it will go bad fairly quickly, usually within a week.

What is Organic wine ?

Organic wine is wine that is made with organically grown grapes. It is as simple as that. Essentially, organic wine is wine made in the way that our ancestors made it before World War II when pesticides became widely used. Today, modern research on organic growing has made it possible to produce both high yields and high quality without putting toxic substances on to the vines or into the soil and water. When you drink organic wine, you are drinking wine that is free of pesticide and chemical residues, and you are voting with your dollars to support wine that has been grown in a way that actually enhances the health of the environment.

Don’t we need pesticides to ensure healthy grapes?

Well the pesticide manufacturers would certainly like you to believe that!It is possible to grow healthier grapes with per acre yields on par or even surpassing that of chemical intensive viticulture methods using organic methods.

Did you know?
Pesticide use is linked to:
Contaminated groundwater
Honeybee die offs (a huge problem for agriculture)
Loss of biodiversity
Greenhouse gas emissions

What does “terroir” mean?

Terroir is a French word that roughly translates as: a sense of place. Wikipedia defines Terroir as referring to “the set of special characteristics that the geography, geology and climate of a certain place, interacting with the plant’s genetics, express in agricultural products such as wine, coffee, chocolate, tomatoes, heritage wheat, and tea.”

Do you export wine to other countries?

Yes, We export to any country in the world. Min. orders apply for wholesale...

What are the best storing conditions for wine ?

Wine dislikes light as well as heat. Strong light can adversely affect the taste of wine, particularly sparkling wine, and particularly if the bottles are made from clear or pale glass. (This is why wine is sold increasingly in almost black bottles, and why champagne is often wrapped in tissue paper or a special light-proof cellophane.) 

The ideal cellar
It follows from all of the above that the ideal place for wine storage is a nice, dark, roomy, slightly dank cellar with a single discreet entrance to which only you have the key. It is lined with wine racks but has masses of room to walk around and to stack wine in its original cases, as well as little tasting corner and a large desk for keeping cellar records up to date.