Wine Blog

Taylors Wines are known as Wakefield Wines in the northern hemisphere due to trademark restrictions.

Enhancing your wine

Fri, 16 December 2016

Did you know you have more control over how much you enjoy a nice bottle of wine apart from just choosing a good label? From storing to pouring, you can influence how your wine tastes. Follow these tips on how to enhance the flavour of your wine. Temperature Temperature plays a vital role in the […] Read More

10 things you can do to ruin your wine

Tue, 13 December 2016

Occasionally you will get a bottle of wine that is flawed. There are a few reasons why this might happen, but usually it is not the fault of anyone in particular. However, there are some ways you can accidentally ruin your wine: Serving temperature All wine has an optimum temperature at which it is best […] Read More

Temperature from vine to glass

Tue, 06 December 2016

Temperature is very important when it comes to wine, not just for when you are storing it or serving it, but all the way from the very beginning. The moment a viticulturist plants a vine, temperature plays a big role throughout the process of the grapes growing, being processed into wine, being transported and stored […] Read More

Serving temperature of food and wine

Mon, 28 November 2016

Not all warm meals are meant to be served hot, and not all drinks are meant to be served cold. Welcome to the wonderful world of your tongue, where temperature plays a leading role in your perception of taste. Temperature can refer to the actual degrees of a meal – such as a warm soup […] Read More

The myth of room temperature

Mon, 21 November 2016

White wine should be served chilled and red wine should be served at room temperature. Well, that’s the general rule anyway. But what if room temperature happens to be too warm to be enjoyable? Truthfully, red wine should never be served at room temperature in Australia. This rule dates back to when wine was served […] Read More

What is Optimum Drinking Temperature and why is it so important?

Mon, 14 November 2016

It is quite normal for the majority of people to serve their wine without really thinking about the temperature of it. The red is served straight from the shelf or storage area at room temperature, and the white is served completely cold straight from the fridge. However, just as you wouldn’t enjoy a lukewarm cup […] Read More

Different Ways to Chill Your Wine

Mon, 07 November 2016

Did you know even if you are a wine aficionado, there is a very good chance that you are drinking your wine at the wrong temperature? It is a common mistake to go by the old ‘rule’ that red wine should be served at room temperature and white wine should be served straight from the […] Read More