Philip White thinks there’s a welcome move back to honesty and simplicity in the designs and texts some winemakers are wrapping around their bottles.
Whitey jumps the vineyard fence to try two brave pales that are new to McLaren Vale – and Australia.
Whitey’s back on the adults-only XXX Chardonnay substitute made from rye and buffalo grass. In Poland.
Philip White has found the Provence rosé that wasn’t there when he finally reached Marseilles.
Without tasting it, Philip White ponders a new $300 Coonawarra superwine – and the role provenance plays in pricing.
Why aren’t our political leaders paying heed to the science of water? Wine writer Philip White asks whether Australia’s approach to the Murray-Darling Basin is completely wrong.