Nero Goes From Zero To Hero

After a 500-year training camp in Sicily, you?d think nero d?Avola would?ve been match-fit when it hit Australian shores nearly two decades ago. In fact, the grape variety has taken a little time to f

 

Good Country: Honouring The Maker At Sevenhill

The Clare Valley is widely celebrated for its viticulture, but the history of Sevenhill is fundamentally connected to winemaking. And Jesuits.

 

Good Country: Honouring The Maker At Sevenhill

The first Jesuits in Australia had fled religious persecution in Prussia. On their voyage to Port Adelaide in 1848, their ship was pursued and fired on by a Danish warship. One of the priests from thi

 

Hentley’s Untempered Tempranillo

Its annual national crush may be only in the thousands of tonnes as against the millions of shiraz and cabernet, and we still can?t call it ?temp-ranee-yoh? without a hint of self-consciousness, but ?

 

Penfolds Is Back In Sparkling Form

To recognise its 175th anniversary, Penfolds is celebrating with two significant releases: its first series of sparkling wines in more than 25 years and a limited-edition tribute range to honour the c

 

A Gourmet Celebration Of Clare Valley Food And Wine Returns This Weekend

For many Australians, heading out to vote is synonymous with a cheeky democracy sausage. But in the Clare Valley, they?ll be honouring a different culinary tradition this weekend.

 

Explore South Australia’s Leading Reds At Our June Hot 100 Wines Tasting

Our year-long celebration of South Australian winemakers continues with a pop up tasting of state's most tempting reds.

 

Blending Is Not A Dirty Word

From the radical to the harmonious, The Adelaide Review finds three South Australian wine labels blending wine with a difference.

 

Blending Is Not A Dirty Word

In truth, all winemaking is blending. Parcels of fruit from various plots of vines are brought together by winemakers striving to find harmony in a delicious drink. Many consumers don?t adopt this vie

 

Murdoch Hill Hits The Heights Of Pinot

It was Pinot, Pinot and more Pinot at the finishing line as the wines of the Adelaide Hills came storming home in the latest Hot 100 Wines.

 
 
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