A Clare Valley winery known for its traditional wine styles is branching out into more easy-drinking alternative varieties in a bid to attract younger drinkers.
Barossa winemaker Trent Burge and his sister Amelia have unveiled the first collection of wines under their new label Corryton Burge – the next chapter of their family history.
In a bid to raise $200,000 for grape growers devastated by the summer bushfires, some of the Adelaide Hills’ best winemakers have come together to produce the 2019 Hills Appeal Wine.
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.
Low yields in recent vintages, bushfires and the impact of COVID-19 have resulted in the Royal Adelaide Wine Show relaxing its entry requirements for this year’s awards.
Exports of premium Australian wine have reached a record value of $1.1 billion but the high could be short-lived as concerns emerge over the impact of coronavirus on China and declining North American sales.
South Australia’s wine grape harvest has begun with early chardonnay grapes picked for sparkling wine in the Riverland.
The devastating Cudlee Creek bushfire won’t affect festivities planned for this month’s Crush Festival in the Adelaide Hills, with 30 wineries and other venues hosting events and organisers urging people to support the region.
Adelaide Hills grape growers are searching for the best solutions to get their vineyards back up and running after last month’s bushfire.