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The art side of wine

Huon Hooke has always thought anyone interested in wine should also be interested in art, so his message to all wine tyros for 2021 is to expand your aesthetic field to visual art, if you haven’t already.

Price limits with wine

We all have our price-limits, whether or not we stick to a strict budget. But it’s puzzling that some people’s price limit for wine never seems to increase.

Vale Don Hewitson

Don Hewitson, a great friend of Australian and New Zealand wine, who did more than just about anybody to popularise New World wines in London in the 1970s and ‘80s, has died of cancer aged 74.

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A glimpse into Keith Tulloch’s winery in Pokolbin

Blood is definitely thicker than wine at Keith Tulloch’s winery. The Tulloch name is one of those most closely linked with Hunter Valley history, along with Tyrrell, Lindeman, Drayton, Wilkinson and Wyndham. But of that esteemed group, only Tyrrells, Draytons and Tullochs still work in the Hunter today.

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Do Aussies Spend Too Much Buying Wine Online?

Len Evans’s famous Theory of Capacity states that if wine is 10% of your life, you should spend 10% of your income on wine. That’s rather a lot – especially if you don’t earn much to start with. But how much is too much? Some