An exciting newcomer to the Barossa Valley cellar door scene, Brothers at War, has this month launched a venue on the main street of Tanunda, showcasing the bold wines of brothers Angus and Sam Wardlaw.
A Tasmanian pinot noir has taken out the top trophy and Western Australia’s Margaret River was the most successful region at today’s Royal Adelaide Wine Show – an event usually dominated by South Australian reds.
A family-run Coonawarra winery is celebrating a major milestone in 2021, having survived the boom and bust cycles that define the industry.
Wine and art express landscape in different ways – or do they? Winemaker and artist Geoff Weaver lost a lifetime of artistic expression in the 2019 bushfires but it hasn’t dampened his connection with the Adelaide Hills, nor his passion for painting.
Boston Bay Wines founder Mary Ford speaks with The Forager about selling some of the Eyre Peninsula’s first vineyards, which she and her abalone-diver husband Graham planted nearly four decades ago.
After six decades of honourable public recognition, a key link in the Penfolds story has gone missing. Our wine writer explores why, as he reviews the latest Penfolds releases – from the relatively accessible to the super-premium Grange.
End the year on a rosy note by sipping from a selection of rosés, as selected by The Fruitful Pursuit.
Well-known McLaren Vale winery Fox Creek has been sold to three prominent wine industry figures.
Chinese media reports that authorities are planning to halt imports of Australian wine, lobsters, sugar, coal, copper, barley and timber are “deeply troubling”, Trade Minister Simon Birmingham says.
Australia’s largest organic wine region and the state’s biggest council have described a state government decision to reject all 11 bids by SA councils to ban genetically modified crops from their districts as a “huge kick in the guts”.