Fairfield West Cellars

Fairfield West Cellars's - Fairfield favourite liquor store. You can buy wine, champagne, sparkling wine, beer, cider and spirits online.

Open Monday-Saturday 9am - 8pm Sunday 10am - 6pm

Phone: 02 9724 5157

222 Hamilton Road Fairfield Heights, NSW 2165



Being a wine connoisseur or a wine aficionada entails that you have a solid understanding of wines and its characteristics. The guide mentioned above are by no means an exhaustive list, but they should help you get started on your journey. Remember that this endeavour takes time, patience, and dedication, and there will always be

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Start your own wine collection

Every wine connoisseur or enthusiast will have a wine collection tucked neatly in storage. Sure, wines are expensive, but you don’t necessarily have to break your bank account to start a collection. Even seasoned experts started with collecting modest wines at first, and there are some great tasting wines that you can buy at reasonable

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Blind tasting

One thing you could do during your wine tasting session is blind tasting. This is actually a very good way to hone your skills and get intimate with the different taste and subtleties of wine. There are several ways you can do this, and one of the simplest methods is to cover the wine bottle’s

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Practise the 4’s of Wine Tasting

The 4’s of wine tasting is nothing new, but it is one of the most important aspects to becoming a wine connoisseur. Practicing the 4’s whenever you can will help you to develop your palate and taste for Fairfield wines (or any other type of wine for that matter) as it allows your senses to

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Educate Yourself about Wines

Learning about wines and spirits takes time and patience, and one of the first steps you need to take is to read about them. There are hundreds of books published about wines – some of them may be simple coffee table books with pictures and short descriptions, while others may be more technical and delve

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Cellars bottle shop – How to identify a Bad Wine?

Cellars bottle shop ensure that your wine enjoys the best climate and milieu for staying fresh, however if a wine bottle is open for over a week, there are high chances of it going bad. However, there are certain exceptions to this rule, for example fortified dessert wines and others with 18+ ABV (Alcohol by

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