An Adelaide Hills wine label has been launched to raise money for Parkinson’s Disease research.
On the back of two lean vintages, bushfires and a global pandemic, Adam Wadewitz and David LeMire have taken the reins of Adelaide Hills winery Shaw + Smith at one of the industry’s most challenging moments.
Established by husband-and-wife team Natasha Hayes and Jack Weedon, Rollick Wines is the Barossa Valley’s new kid on the block.
An Adelaide winery has used grapes from its city vineyards to release what is believed to be the first red wine of the 2020 vintage – in a whirlwind 40 days from harvest to bottling.
A shift to cheaper wine and pantry stockpiling are pushing the state’s winemakers through one of their toughest years.
With many wineries reopening under easing restrictions, the June long weekend provides an opportunity to enjoy McLaren Vale at your own pace, without the crowds normally associated with the now-defunct Sea & Vines Festival.
South Australian wine baron Warren Randall has made a string of acquisitions aimed at fuelling his booming Chinese sales, with the latest purchase his first vineyard in Australia’s largest grape-growing region.
Indulge in a little wine tasting as you holiday around the Fleurieu this summer – and why not stop for lunch?
After an 18-month hiatus, The Fruitful Pursuit is back in Adelaide for Future Malbec – a once-off “show and taste” wine event showcasing a new breed of Malbec producers James Hopkins has found in France’s Cahors region.
These producers haven’t been around very long, but they’re all making the kind of wine we want to drink and running the kind of businesses we want to support.