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December 22, 2016

This dry and ruby coloured red showcases a complex nose releasing mix fruit( black cherry, red plums), mineral(earth), vegetal scents(licorice), wood(espresso bean and wood) and lots of fragrances. You will be charmed with this full-bodied wine revealing a broad textur...

November 1, 2016

La fortune is at the Northeast foothills of Montalcino. IT is between the town of Montalcino and Torrenieri. This cool position will benefit the ripeness of the grapes with increasing global warming. The recent purchase of the land in a waarm site in Castelnuovo dell'A...

September 19, 2016

Very special Cabernet nose (plums, capsicum, green pepper, steak sauce, cedar, leather and tobacco). Beautifully aged, with rippling tannins driving the fruit along. Long finish; medium bodied; drinks on and on; never stomach-filling. Turned from varietal characters to...

Retasting Fattoria Petrolo Torrione Toscana IGT 2011 this morning recalls lots of colourful memories of Tuscany: trees, olives, the undulating greens, the fragrances. On nose, wild flowers, violets, wild cherries; on palate, full, round with nice extracts and round tan...

Chateau Lanessan. The estate is managed by the talented Paz Espejo since 2009 and is surrounded by prestigious Grand Cru Classés from the neighoring Saint-Julien appelation. Lanessan always offers great value-for-money wines in outstanding vintages like 2009 2010 and n...

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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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