Winemakers Tap Into Knowledge Of Migrants Expert In Homemade Vintage


A new project uses the knowledge of Italian migrants to teach a new generation of winemakers to create their own vintage at home.

 

Tasmanian Winemaker Calls For Similar Protections As France’s Champagne


A winemaker wants Tasmania's method of sparkling wine production safeguarded in the same way as the term Champagne is off-limits for products not from that region of France.

 

What A Global Shortage Of Wine Means For Australia


The Aussie wine industry could reap rewards as nightmare European vintage underpins shortage of wine.

 

Cancer Council Sounds Alarm On Low-carb Beer ‘myth’


If you're planning to reach for a low-carb beer at Friday night drinks this evening with the belief it's better for your waistline ? think again.

 

Aussie Wine Records Tumble As Exports To China Crack $1 Billion


Australia exports more than $1 billion worth of wine to China in a 12-month period for the first time.

 

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A Big Country: A Coffee Experience


If you really want to know how your morning cup of coffee is produced then perhaps you should visit Mt Tamborine in south-east Queensland. It's here that Sam Williams and his family grow, pick and roa

 

War On Copycat Wine Producers As Industry Granted Stronger Export Powers


The nation's peak wine body is taking steps to protect the industry from counterfeit operators.

 

Carving Out A Niche For Perfectly Clear Ice


This ice is dense, perfectly clear ? and made from Hobart's humble tap water.

 

Food For Thought About Shrinking Your Daily Caffeine Habit


It's an essential part of daily life for many of us, but coffee also contains caffeine, and it's a drug more powerful than we realise.

 
 
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