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Many of us like to think we’re clued up on what wines we like and which ones we don’t, but when faced with a supermarket or shop full of different types of wines, choosing the perfect drop can be a minefield.

While it’s all about the different type of grapes used; without sticking with the same wine every time, or taste testing every wine on the shelf, how can you identify whether a Merlot, Shiraz, or Sauvignon Blanc will suit your tastes and match the food you’re serving it with?

And it can get even trickier when figuring out the difference between wine blends such as Cabernet-Merlots, Shiraz-Cabernets, Chardonnay-Semillons, Semillon-Sauvignon Blancs and many many more.

With Christmas on the way, now is definitely the time to get your wine of choice figured out. This live web TV show will assist. Matt Koch, Chief winemaker of the highly acclaimed Rosemount Wine Estate based in the McLaren Vale, South Australia takes us through a live tasting of the Rosemount Blends range discussing the key differences between blends and giving a unique insight on his approach to blending wines to deliver the best flavour combinations.

WebTV Show: How to Tell The Difference Between Rosemount Wine Blends

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