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Mel Brown sits down with Andy Crozier from Burn Cottage to discuss all things wine in our “Down In The Cellar” series. Who do you admire most in the world of wine and why? Oh my goodness … I think it’s going to be a bit cliche but Claire Muholland, who I work with (General Manager/Associate Winemaker). If you […]
Mel Brown sits down with Paul Pujol from Prophet’s Rock to discuss all things wine in our “Down In The Cellar” series. WHO DO YOU ADMIRE MOST IN THE WORLD OF WINE AND WHY? Its obscure – no one will guess this! Francis Burn, Gueberschwihr, Alsace single handedly keeping muscat as a varietal alive at […]
Mel Brown sits down with Helen Masters from Ata Rangi to discuss all things wine in our “Down In The Cellar” series. Who do you admire most in the world of wine and why? It’s too hard to pinpoint this down to just one person…. What wine variety are you most excited about for it’s […]
“There’s never been a more exciting time for Australian wine” It’s the mantra. Dogmatic phraseology can be trite, can be bandied about too much. The thing is, it’s ringing true. Sure, there’s a standpoint that says Australian wine had its first revolution in the 1950s when Greek and Italian immigrants encouraging regular Aussie Bruce and […]
2014 KUMEU RIVER MATÉ’S CHARDONNAY “One of most revered New World Chardonnay’s produced” Our latest shipment of 2014 Kumeu River Maté’s Chardonnay has landed! This wine is a royal when it comes to new world Chardonnay and routinely challenges the great wines of Burgundy in blind tastings! In high demand, there’s an extremely limited supply of Maté’s (we […]
THE ISLAND OF PLENTY The small island state to the south is a treasure trove of stunning landscapes, fresh produce and world class premium wines. Tasmania’s wine credentials are based on quality over quantity. There are seven sub-regions on Tasmania including: The Tamar Valley, Pipers River, East Coast, North West, Down South, Coal River Valley […]
THE BIRTHPLACE OF AUSSIE WINE New South Wales (NSW) is Australia’s oldest wine region – The first grape vines were brought over on the first fleet and planted at Sydney cove in 1788. New South Wales is also the 2nd largest producer of wine in the country, responsible for 30% of Australia’s wine production. NSW has a total […]
ANCIENT EARTH, TALL SKIES & PRISTINE WATERS One of the most geographically isolated and pure wine regions in the world, Western Australia (WA) is the largest state in Australia by land mass and is home to 9 specific wine regions concentrated in the South West corner. The sub-regions of WA include: Swan District, Perth Hills, Peel, Geographe, Blackwood […]
WINE REGION ON THE RISE Queensland is not typically the first region that comes to mind when you think of ‘Australian Wine’, however this region has wine history that dates back over 150 years. In more recent times Queensland has experienced significant growth, particularly in the last 10 years – There are now over 1500 […]
DIVERSE, VIBRANT, FOODIE HEAVEN Despite being the smallest mainland state in Australia, Victoria is home to the largest number of wine regions and individual wineries and boasts the title of the most diverse wine region in Australia, with the ability to produce a huge range of wine styles and varieties. Before the devastating Phylloxera outbreaks […]
THE WINE CAPITAL OF AUSTRALIA South Australia is home to some of the premier wine regions in Australia including: Barossa Valley, Mclaren Vale, Clare Valley, Coonawarra and the Adelaide Hills. This collection of great wine growing regions has earned South Australia the prestigious title of the ‘Capital of Australia Wine’ and one of the nine Great Wine […]
White wine beyond New Zealand Savvy The ever trivial topic of White Wine beyond Sauvignon Blanc in New Zealand… New Zealand has become synonymous with Sauvignon Blanc over the last decade, and whilst managing to retain our premium reputation, most are unaware of the resounding success that New Zealand conveys with the exploration of ‘other’ […]