Shades of Grey

I’d been to Libertine in North Melbourne last year to drink Tahbilk wines matched with their excellent cuisine, so when we read on the Del Zotto website that they were doing a similar thing with their wines, we jumped at the invite. There’s something about the name Libertine that entrances me. I suppose it’s my love [...]

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Silverwings

A look at Keith Brien’s past and latest wine ventures from his small cellar in North Melbourne.

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Tahbilk’s 150th Birthday

The Tahbilk winery, one of the oldest eastates in Australia, is celebrating its 150th birthday. They have some of the oldest Marsanne and Shriaz vines in the world. Well worth a taste of these stunning wines.

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Sally’s Paddock a review of their 30th anniversary release

A look and taste of the 30th vintage of Sally’s Paddock Cabernet at the vineyard in the Pyrenees region in Victoria, Australia.

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Wine Experience of the Week – Another Austrialian Sangiovese

A look at the Cofield Sangiovese from Rutherglen in Australia.

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Too Much Wine!

Is the Australian wine industry working against itself?

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Wine of the Week – Post Christmas Special

A look at something that went down very well after Christmas dinner. The R.L. Buller & Sons old vine Muscat.

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Wine of the Week – New Australian Reds

In Australia the wine industry has been experimenting with different grape varieties quite a bit recently. The traditional Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay are still very much in the majority, however there are many wineries using many different European varieties to offer the consumer a change from the heavy flavors of the traditional fair. This [...]

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