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A diary date for wine lovers …

Join in this live Zoom event – 1 July @ 6:30 pm

WINE CELLAR CHRONICLES: Rising SA winemaking star in Spain serves the magic of Rioja

 

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For all those wine enthusiasts dreaming of international travel, visits to remote vineyards and of sipping on exquisite wines from some of the world’s best wine producing areas, Wine Cellar fine wine merchants presents a Zoom series of personal interviews with successful international winemakers whose wine chronicles will allow you to delve deep into vinous adventures far beyond our borders and beyond Lockdown reality.

Tomorrow (July 1), the team at Winecellar.co.za presents winemaker Bryan MacRobert who was initially identified as a ‘Young Gun’ talented rising winemaker in the course of the popular Wine Cellar Young Guns events, and who moved to Rioja seven years ago to start Laventura.

 

It’s time to take Rioja far more seriously,’ wrote Tim Atkin MW recently, as the Rioja landscape is changing dramatically. Thanks to, most notably, Bryan MacRobert. Today, his new terroir-driven wines are causing a fuss! ‘I want to make Rioja as it once was. I’m trying to make honest wines,’ says Bryan who will be presenting his refreshing, innovative and true-to-terroir style of Rioja live over Zoom. Order the pack to taste along!

You can join the live Zoom session at 6.30pm. Zoom details: Register here »

And if you can’t get enough of the Wine Cellar chronicles, coming up on July 15 at 6.30, you’re invited to embark on a journey through California with Wine Cellar and UK fine wine merchant Roberson Wine. Californian wines have undergone a rapid transformation over the past decade. The ‘new wave’ revolution has highlighted producers’ emphasis on making elegant, nuanced wines with a definite sense of place. Zoom detailsRegister here »

 

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