Xavier Bizot of Terre à Terre seems a little irritated that South Australia’s south-east, and his favourite grape cabernet sauvignon, aren’t getting enough attention.
Sue Bell is a highly experienced, savvy and intelligent winemaker, who has worked in the Coonawarra region for many years.
I talked to John after learning about his resignation and asked him about his goals with Hancock and Sons.
Natalie Fryar wants us to embrace variety – the variety of sparkling wine styles emanating from her home state, Tasmania.
Michael Downer is one of that second generation of winemakers who have been given a leg up by their parents.
Tony and Kaye are a “team of two” running a unique Hawke’s Bay winery that is about as handmade as it is possible to imagine.
Kerri Thompson is one of the Clare Valley’s great riesling enthusiasts.
Stephanie Toole, winemaker and proprietor of Mount Horrocks Wines, is celebrating her 25th year in the Clare Valley this year.
James and Annie Millton founded organic and bio-dynamic winemaking in New Zealand when they first harvested their own grapes in 1984.
Yves Cuilleron, one of the top winemakers in the Northern Rhône Valley, took over the running of his family’s domaine 30 years ago in 1987.