The Clare Valley’s Wendouree is one of the great treasures of Australian wine, established in 1895 by the Birks family whose name still features proudly on the label today.
Big reds need time, so Balgownie holds some of their powerful Estate cabernet sauvignons and shirazes back for a few years of extra maturation, then re-releases them to their loyal clientele.
Best’s Concongella vineyard at Great Western contains one of the most precious viticultural resources in Australia.
How much would you pay to get four bottles of wine each month for the rest of your life?
Intrigued by the distinct regional styles across Marlborough’s valleys, Brian Bicknell created a label that he hoped would celebrate Marlborough’s subregional differences rather than blend the differences away.
What causes wine-related headaches? It’s a question that is probably as old as wine itself.
Invivo founders Rob Cameron and Tim Lightbourne continued to generate positive publicity for their crowd-funded winery when they announced the launch of Invivo Air the world’s first winery airline.
A wine that sells almost 2 million bottles a year in more than 90 countries can’t be much good, can it?
The Champagne Billecart-Salmon Brut Nature NV is a piece of history. It offers a glimpse into the past.
Declining wine consumption in New Zealand is a worrisome trend for the wine industry, but it seems that falling wine consumption per capita may be a global trend.