Still wounded by December’s catastrophic Adelaide Hills bushfires, Artwine at Woodside is one of many wineries forced to close their cellar doors under new COVID-19 restrictions.
We’re not going to see the virus lay down its arms and surrender, but we can celebrate the small victories we achieve along the way to eradicating COVID-19 with a sensible glass of champagne in isolation.
The first “green shoots” are starting to appear for Australian wine exporters into China as the Asian powerhouse emerges from its coronavirus lockdown.
Fare and Square is the latest dining addition to Wellington Square in North Adelaide.
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.
Adelaide Hills winery Lambrook is launching its Norwood cellar door this weekend with a pop-up party featuring wine, beer, gin, food and live music.
With two months of trading under its belt, Leigh Street Wine Room has now appointed its first head sommelier: former 2KW wine director Liinaa Berry.
An Adelaide Hills beef producer has taken the Beef and Burgundy concept to a new level by winning a major wine award with its Shiraz.
It’s goodbye Bocca Di Lupo, hello Little Wolf as McLaren Vale winery Mitolo relaunches its restaurant with a new name, a new chef and menu, and a fresh look courtesy of an acclaimed New York-based artist.