Three wines from three distinctively different subregions share a purity and power that is the Chard Farm signature.
The enormously successful and influential website jancisrobinson.com has formed a partnership with Recurrent Ventures a Miami-based digital media company for an undisclosed sum.
Lienert Vineyards is one of the newer brands in the Barossa, run by brothers John and James Lienert. John is the vineyard guy and James the winemaker.
After a tasting of the Johner wines, Karl Johner revealed that he was about to plant vines in a very special hillside plot. This was the beginning of Lime Hill Vineyard.
Ken Helm was almost fated to become a winemaker. He was born and raised in Albury, where his father had a bicycle shop in the main street, he grew up around the vineyards of Rutherglen and Albury.
The 2020 Felton Road pinot noir releases are structured and quite intense. They are possibly less accessible now but certainly show cellaring potential.
Four Winds Vineyard is one of the newer excitements in the Canberra District and Sarah Collingwood is its public face.
The Institute of Masters of Wine has just announced the names of three new MW’s, one of whom is our very own Michael Henley.
If ever a wine region punched above its weight, it’s the Canberra District. With less than 500 hectares of vines, it has 34 wine producers and a tiny but disproportionately important share of the national wine production.
The Rapaura Springs Rohe range showcases subregional styles and celebrates the diversity of sauvignon blanc within Marlborough.