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A last-minute lunch in the Barossa for our restaurant reviewer uncovers a gem – with amazing value-for-money.
Hidden deep within their company documents are the never-before-revealed clues to why Penfolds wines have achieved such sweet success. Our wine reviewer unpacks these signals and offers his own assessment of this year’s releases, including the latest Grange.
Considered by many to be one of the Barossa’s best-kept secrets, this variety is gathering a cult following.
Our restaurant reviewer has a new favourite.
Weird science or progressive winemaking? That is the question.
Replacing one of Australia’s best restaurants is a mighty challenge, but this East End establishment is making its mark with an entertaining retro-tinged menu.
A rare moment in time, an aligning of the wine planets, and a mission to regenerate one of South Australia’s most historic vineyards… the new releases from Henschke tell a story 150 years in the making.
Authenticity and innovation co-exist at this city Italian restaurant.
Our restaurant reviewer heads south to a seafood restaurant perched almost on the sands of Aldinga Beach.
Learn the language of Chardonnay, and you’re well on the way to understanding more about many other wine varieties and styles.
Our reviewer returns to the latest in a long string of restaurants that have occupied the dining space at The Stag in Adelaide’s East End.
If any wine variety needs its own day of celebration, Viognier is it – even if it’s simply so people can learn to pronounce it. This Friday, you can thank Yalumba for staying the course with a grape that challenges many drinkers but is shining a light on a new era in the Barossa.