Why not try to replicate Australia's cheap, environmentally-unfriendly plonk in a laboratory? Wine writer Philip White rounds off his short series on poison, wine and groundwater.
Whitey's deep in the fizzy pink with a ravishing Australian wine that’s swoony, moody and smart.
Whitey gets lost between old and new fashion, with a 2016 Ashton Hills Pinot Noir and 2016 Wirra Wirra Original Blend Grenache Shiraz.
Recent record vineyard prices are relevant to top geologies common to both Barossa and McLaren Vale, Philip White reports.
Through its sustainability-minded labels Unico Zelo Wines, Applewood Distillery and Harvest, Ochre Nation is being, and facilitating, the change it wants to see in the world.
Whitey likes the gringo Grenache of Thistledown.
James Hopkins of The Fruitful Pursuit describes wine as a ‘bottomless culture’ – and the future of that culture will be on show at an event at the Henry Austin featuring some of the new wave of winemakers from SA and interstate.
The changing climate is ramping up dangerous pressure on the wine industry to find grape types that not only thrive, but satisfy demands for the next big thing, warns wine writer Philip White.
After almost 20 years in the industry, corporate winemaker Peter Dredge decided it was time to introduce his independent alter ego, Dr Edge, to the world with some unconventional design.
Whitey gets lost in a movie somewhere between Zurich and Ballarat.