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Over in Singapore, Julian Peh has launched an online magazine - Goldarths Review. Focusing on 'fine living' the magazine offers in-depth reviews of the 'esoteric luxury products available today'. On the wine side of things the magazine features a column by Ian Osterlof a Swedish-born winemaker based in the Languedoc. Swedish-born winemaker who has been growing wines in France for almost a decade. Having won numerous awards for his first vintage, Chateau Grand Callamand, grown near Aix-En-Provence, Osterlof now owns his own vineyard in the Minervois. Looks like it is going to be a multi-part series as Osterlof writes about his personal experiences in starting his own vineyard; first lesson if you are thinking of doing the same - find the right country! The series will continue with parts covering maintaining vines through to the harvest.

There is also a 'Ask the Winemaker' section in the magazine where any aspects of his job will be covered.

Site design is slick, classy and in keeping with the luxury products they will be reviewing.



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