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Have a Toast and Save the Earth

Earth Day is held on the 22nd of April, and it came about to Earth Day founder, Gaylord Nelson, then a U.S. Senator from Wisconsin, after witnessing the aftermath of the 1969 massive oil spill in Santa Barbara, California. As we focus on saving the environment, how does wine come into the picture? Read more to find out!

Manon Wines: The Pearl of Provence

Just behind the French Alps lies Provence, a wine-producing region in the southeast which has a wine-making history of over 2,600 years. Wine Connection speaks to Clémentine Viala, Brand Manager of RAVOIRE & FILS in the town of Salon de Provence to unravel the secrets and stories behind Provence and rosé wine.

A Toast to New Zealand’s Waitangi Day with the Best of Marlborough Wines

Winetangi day, or should we say ‘Waitangi’ Day, celebrates a significant day in the history of New Zealand. In celebration of Waitangi Day, we present to you the best of New Zealand’s wines across the country’s best wine region, Marlborough.

Celebrating Australia’s National Day with the Best Australian Wines

In conjunction with Australia’s National Day, Wine Connection presents to you the best of Australian wines. These wines were specially hand-picked from the Barossa Valley region northeast of Adelaide, to the fertile banks of Western Australia. Read more!

Against All Odds - The story of Yecla and Familia Castaño

In Eastern Spain there lies a small town so rich in winemaking history that archaeologists found deep in the heart of the city, the ruins of a wine cellar dating back to the first-century. That town is the Yecla, a temperate town in the Spanish region of Murcia.