In New Zealand, there are three principal premium dessert wines styles, or “stickies”.
Fermenting shiraz with its stems is an ancient technique which is enjoying a revival.
Love me tendon, love me true, because God knows, I love you.
In under an hour from Hobart, you can experience the rolling hills of the Huon Valley.
The Adelaide Hills has made a specialty of the Austrian white grape, grüner veltliner.
I was left speechless when a wine enthusiast said, “of course, Marlborough sauvignon blanc has no terroir.”
Anything less than an audible crack as the spoon hits the toffee top is a letdown.
As the mercury climbs, nothing beats a cool, crisp glass of riesling.
Gewürztraminer from three NZ wine regions landed on my tasting table recently.
I look at three regions that are doing well with the signature Spanish grape tempranillo.