Adelaide Hills grape growers are searching for the best solutions to get their vineyards back up and running after last month’s bushfire.
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.
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.
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.
The Barossa is close enough to Adelaide for a day trip but, with so many wonderful wineries to explore, you may wish to book a room and settle in for a weekend of indulgence.
Three winning winemakers from the Adelaide Hills and McLaren Vale have won the right to produce a one-off wine under their own labels using gifted Langhorne Creek grapes.
Adelaide’s dining culture is changing, and Leigh Street Wine Room wants to lead it in a new direction.
Kuitpo wine label Golden Child is making the most of the momentum built around the burgeoning sub-region, with six new wines that showcase its strengths and idiosyncrasies.
There is such a thing as really good Sauvignon Blanc and 2KW’s wine director, Liinaa Berry wants to help you find it.
Italian alpine winemakers Arpepe are taking over 2KW for a Lombardy food and wine party, featuring a menu designed by Barossan Italian cooking school Casa Carboni.