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What is Cork Taint?
Joelle Nebbe 7 Jul 2017

Unlike most other faults, corking happens immediately after bottling. We like to think that our range will suffer less than most, but nonetheless, corking will occur from time to time....

What is Oxydation?
Joelle Nebbe 7 Jul 2017

Oxidation is caused by exposure to the oxygen in the air....

The level seems low?
Joelle Nebbe 7 Jul 2017

The loss of wine from the bottle by evaporation or leakage is called Ullage....

The wine has a bit of fizz, is this a problem?
Joelle Nebbe 7 Jul 2017

Very slight effervescence in still wine is not really a fault, rather it is often a result of slightly incomplete malolactic fermentation when the wine was bottled, or filtration choices....

There are small bits in the wine, is that a problem?
Joelle Nebbe 7 Jul 2017

Wine is a complex product with thousands of molecues, and over time some can turn solid. We call it sediment. This is normally not a problem at all....

What's the right temperature to serve wine at?
Joelle Nebbe 7 Jul 2017

I include in the wine notes on our website, recommendations from our experience, or the grower's, about the temperatures at which their wines should be served. But by all means drink it at the temperature you prefer :)...

How to best serve wine?
Joelle Nebbe 7 Jul 2017

Before a bottle is opened, it is wise to stand it upright for several hours, or preferably overnight, to enable any sediment to settle to the bottom of the bottle. If the wine has thrown a heavy sediment, then you may wish to decant the wine. Natural sediments are quite harmless and occur especia......

How do I best store wine?
Joelle Nebbe 7 Jul 2017

Firstly, if you are buying wine to drink within 3 to 6 months, you can stop worrying about storage right away. ...

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