Bob Campbell MW was recently asked, and not for the first time, what the term Reserve means when displayed on a wine label.
The latest tranche of four Seppelt ‘luxury’ wines sees winemaker Clare Dry’s first vintage of Seppelt St Peters Shiraz (2021) released, and it’s a smashing wine.
Tessa Anderson traces the changing fortunes of Marlborough sauvignon blanc during a roller-coaster ride over the past half-century.
The gender pay gap in the Australian wine sector is getting wider, according to Jane Thomson OAM, founder and chair of Australian Women in Wine.
Ben Cane has extended the already outstanding range of wines since he and his partner took over Duke’s Vineyard at Porongurup in the WA Great Southern.
Mt Difficulty started when five vineyard owners in the Bannockburn sub-region decided to combine their resources and make wine under one label.
Huon Hooke was recently quizzed by a reader about cloudiness in wine, which has become quite commonplace in recent times along with the rise in popularity of low-intervention wines.
This is the most engaging book Bob Campbell MW has read in a long time. It is a biography written by a remarkable man.
International Grenache Day was on September 15, but The Real Review celebrated three days early, with an Asian banquet alongside 12 wines.
A recent reminder that the Waitaki wine region is alive and well arrived on Bob Campbell’s doorstep in the form of three bottles of wine from three different producers.