Grenache has such a long Barossan history and old vine Grenache is something worth adding to your repertoire. This is another of the St Hallett’s little gems that I discovered recently and comes from vines planted in the Barossa in the 1920’s. With Toby Barlow’s
It’s Rose time … but the treat of the week will satisfy any red cravings! DON’T FORGET THE SUBSCRIBERS DRAW ENTERS IT’S LAST WEEK THIS WEEK. Need inspiration for Friday Drinks! Check out today’s recommendations onFriday Drinks Club.
Enjoy the first week of spring with some little gems to [re]discover! DON’T FORGET THE SUBSCRIBERS DRAW ENTERS IT’S 3RD WEEK THIS WEEK. Need inspiration for Friday Drinks! Check out today’s recommendations onFriday Drinks Club.
You know how sometimes you find that little gem right under your nose – this wine is one of those little gems. Toby Barlow has worked hard to not only continue Stuart Blackwell’s great work but, coming from the slightly cooler wine region of Central
Today is the 1st September, 2010 and there is a definite Spring in the air and that little blue bird will certainly have to get out and take note today. Yes, I am referring to the Twitter Bird. I am looking forward to the outcome
The change of season is upon us as is the change of government as we know it – we have a Freeman, a Joven Spaniard, & an elegant fish as the treat of the week. Enjoy…. Need inspiration for Friday Drinks! Check out today’s recommendations
Olio Mediterranean Brasserie is giving Sydneysiders a snapshot of the Mudgee region with an interactive food and wine event – where guests will have the opportunity to vote for their favourite wines to include in the restaurant’s first regional wine list. In collaboration with Mudgee
Australia is only really beginning to come to terms with Tempranillo despite having it’s partner in Spanish crime, Garnacha, on our shores and in our bottles since early 1800’s. Of course, this was because the Garnacha, or Grenache as it is commonly known, came to
The brothers Pike – Andrew & Neil have a family name that has long had a connection to the drinks trade of South Australia. First beer in 1886, and now in wine particularly in Riesling. ‘The Merle’ is their flagship Riesling named appropriately after their
Is it going to be a sparkling red (Julia G) moment or a Cab Sav (Tony A) kind of weekend? Need inspiration for Friday Drinks! Check out today’s recommendations onFriday Drinks Club.
The Barons of the Barossa are a noble group of winemakers from the Barossa, so this is a royal best from the best of that region. Upfront dense blackberry fruit abounding with smoky chocolatey spice. As you would expect from a Barossa Shiraz, it has
3 wines that are guaranteed to help you kick back and roll into the weekend with an affordable treat of the week for the budget constrained (one that will even work if you into putting something away for a rainy day – fiscally friendly all