If there’s one grape variety that can divide a room, it’s Sauvignon Blanc. Yet, for the past 30 years one South Australian brand has conquered the critics and offered immense pleasure to millions of wine lovers.
Take a 125-year-old vineyard, bring it back to health, celebrate it first and foremost in the wine it nurtures, and give it an outrageous name and label. Welcome to one of the Barossa’s most endearing stories.
Surrounded by suburbia, the Patritti family winery in Dover Gardens is celebrating the last pockets of the Marion district’s agricultural history with a new Urban Vineyard range. Here’s their story and our reviews of the wines due for Spring release.
Cabernet and Shiraz blends are Australia’s red-wine statement to the world, from everyday value to super-luxury styles. We once called them claret, and it’s high time we took back the term from the Brexiteers and European Union bureaucrats.
Tasting Australia’s social media posts seemed fixated on celebrating French Champagne, while a quintessential Australian sparkling style might have been more appropriate. Here’s some of that style’s intriguing history and four of the best for you to try.
Something rare happened at the Langhorne Creek Wine Show, with the entire class of Malbec scoring top marks. Here’s why that variety does so well in the Creek and some tips on which to try for yourself.
In the cradle of modern winemaking in the Adelaide Hills, one wine variety still rules. Here’s a guide to the Piccadilly Valley’s Chardonnay makers – and our wine writer’s assessment of three of the best.