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A high quality wine that is probably not everyone's cup of tea, but there would always be fans. Full-bodied and familiar. Dark and dangerous; dense and weighty; rich and layered. The concentrated flavours gained from the Amarone style of sun-dried fruit before fermenta...

August 14, 2015


Obviously no ink needs to be spilt on our love for Champagne. But on VIntage 2002, I would love write something this morning. With a warm but not too hot summer and a dry, sunny autumn, the climate in Champagne in 2002 was as close to perfect as you can get.  Alcohol...

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This is a consolidation of the tasting and papers

written from 2006 to 2013. These write-ups had been with the orginal site Wine and Beyond, Yahoo, until the service stopped by Yahoo in September 2013.


For years I have been working with wines, either buying it, selling it to wine companies, lecturing and writing about it, and, not unimportantly, enjoying it with friends. If any of the articles on this site are worth reading it is due to my teachers, my mentors, my peers and friends, my students, and in particularly my editors who ignite in me a desire to communicate in wines.


Clinging to the trellis of wine, I started to get more and more involved with estates and winemakers, by supporting them with consultancy in communication and marketing. The more I spend my time outside Hong Kong, the more I sense a desire to be part of the international wine family.


Writing about wine represents a moment of reflection, curiosity, atitudes and a desire to analyse often hidden structures and history, in an effort to make the wealth of wine accessible to a targetted, and hopefully larger audience.


I am not sure if I can wine proivde more accessible to all through this blog. But I am sure to write in wine means being involved in wine and  to remain as impartial and objective as possible.


Kevin Tang.

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