What food goes with viognier? This has been a conundrum since Aussie viogniers first began to emerge in the early noughties.
Wine o’clock is a pleasant 6pm ritual involving a leftover wine of the day, a light snack and the six o’clock news.
The Big Dipper is cheap, quick to make and is highly addictive. One dip is never enough. It partners up nicely with any Marlborough sauvignon blanc.
Some friends and admirers of Tony Bilson recently staged a special dinner as a tribute.
We at The Real Review, ever mindful of doing the food-and-wine-matching side of our job, dreamed up a dinner to accompany Tasmanian wines tasted online in The Real Review LIVE Tasmania virtual wine tasting on January 23rd.
A study by Iowa State University suggests cheese and red wine may be good for us.
Domaine Tempier is a wine estate in the Bandol region of Provence for which there is a great deal of affection throughout the world. This is no doubt due to the fabulous Lucie ‘Lulu’ Peyraud, who died recently.
Christmas approaches, and there is no better time to enjoy all three of these uniquely Australian wines.
Champagne is the wine that goes with more foods than any other. That’s probably why it’s the only wine Huon Hooke would be happy to drink throughout a meal.
Bob Campbell MW discovered a great wine-and-food combination recently. Sauvignon blanc with Thai-style mussels.