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Keeping Your Cool..

To say it’s been hot in the Barossa this past week is an understatement. A sweltering heat wave, horrific bushfires through the Adelaide Hills and a full schedule of cooking classes has kept us busy, inside and at home. 533 more words

Food And Drink

The Kirche 2007 - Charles Melton

It’s not easy writing a wine review whilst watching Puberty Blues.  There’s a distinct conflict going on in my head.  One side of the brain is trying to concentrate on the wine, and the other – … 424 more words

Wine Blog

Why This? Why now?

For me buying a wine is not just about the end result, it is the package. A good wine is like a good book and without sounding too cliché I believe there is some merit to this theory. 624 more words

Barossa Wine

Jacob's Creek St Hugo GSM 2010

I usually steer clear of mass-producing wine companies.  It’s not that they are no good, to be honest – just that I like to think of myself a fighter for the cause of the little family winery, and somewhat ‘anti-establishment’ in my thinking.  170 more words

Wine Reviews

Tarac Technologies - closing the winemaking loop

Have you ever thought about what happens to those delicious winegrapes making your shiraz or riesling after they have been crushed for their juice? With over 1.6 million tonnes of winegrapes crushed in 2011 this gives a lot of skins! 1,023 more words

New World Wine

Sprinting the Long Mile! A tasting of the Langmeil wine range

When friends suggested we attend a tasting of Langmeil wines in Adelaide this week I jumped at the chance. I immediately thought of the outstanding Jackaman’s cabernet and the ancient shiraz vines – the oldest in Australia and possibly the world. 763 more words

New World Wine