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Rediscover, Rethink And Redefine Australian Wine

Wine Australia is inviting the UK drinks trade to rediscover, rethink and redefine Australian wine by exploring the country's fine wines and meeting the...

 

Australian Wine 101: The Lowdown On Wine Down Under

Here is a breakdown on seven of the most prominent grapes grown across Australia and what to expect when uncorking your next bottle!

 

Why Australia?s New Wave Of Winemakers Won?t Make Shiraz

Australian wine made a name for itself years ago with Shiraz, and the country soon became synonymous with the big, bold red.

 

Yangarra’s High Sands Grenache Named “wine Of The Year”

Halliday Wine Companion awards highest honor to McLaren Vale winery MCLAREN VALE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA (August 8, 2019) – James Halliday, the leading authority on Australian wine, announced the Yangarra

 

The Liv-ex Classification 2019: Ranking Average Trade Prices Of Wines

The Liv-ex Classification 2019 is a league table that ranks the wines of the world by their average trade prices on Liv-ex

 

Oyster Happy Hour, Taste The Barossa, Ipa Day

Upcoming food and drink happenings in SA, including IPA Day celebrations, the Sean?s Kitchen Oyster Festival and a Taste the Barossa dinner at Press*.

 

These Restaurants Around Australia Are Serving Henschke?s Famous Mount Edelstone Shiraz For Between $60 And $80 A Glass ? And It’s Quite The Memorable Wine Experience

It was back around 1998 that management consultants Joseph Pine and James Gilmore wrote a Harvard Business Review article stating that the ?experience economy? had become the new economy ?driver?, su

 

Henschke Hill Of Grace 2014 & Mount Edelstone 2015: Is A Wine Three Or Four Times The Price Three Or Four Times As Good?

A question often asked is whether a wine three or four times the price of another can be three or four times as good. In reality, people pay high prices for special wines for all manner of reason, so

 

74-year-old Bottle Of Wine Going To Auction

A bottle of wine produced the year World War Two ended is going up under the hammer in Auckland this month at the first live auction held by The Wine Auction Room.

 

A Tour Of Australia’s Historic Wineries

Home to some of the world's oldest vines, here are 10 Australian wineries that have stood the test of time.