One of the fascinations of wine is how the same grape variety can produce wine of differing flavours and styles in different parts of one vineyard. Mount Langi Ghiran is a prime example.
The Brand family is back in business in Coonawarra.
“Wines that don’t cost the earth” is the slogan of pioneering sustainable winery Temple Bruer, of Langhorne Creek.
Chateau Tanunda’s winemaker Neville Rowe was in Sydney recently showing off the lovely Barossa ‘Big Reds’ that this company does so well.
The story of Calabria Family Wines is nothing short of inspiring.
Bell Hill is one of New Zealand’s most exciting wine producers.
Woodlands is probably the least well-known of Margaret River’s first wave of vineyards; the sleeper of the group.
Tony Molloy QC and his family deserve some sort of prize for continuing to make wine in the face of extreme adversity for 27 years.
Rose Kentish has bounced back full of beans and enthused by new projects.
Dawson and James are long-time close friends since working at Hardys/Constellation/Accolade.