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There’s so much more to a bottle label than the basics – producer, variety and vintage. It’s time to take notice of South Australia’s design community for their internationally recognised role in our wine industry.
When your restaurant depends on doing one dish really well, execution must be perfect. Our reviewer takes stock of an impressive newcomer on The Parade.
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.
The city version of Fino continues the restaurant venture’s ethos of carefully crafted food in a welcoming environment.
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.
A city Thai favourite moved into its new city digs – and then was immediately caught up in the statewide lockdown. Our restaurant reviewer explains why you should hasten there as soon as you can.
If there’s one grape variety that can divide a room, it’s Sauvignon Blanc. Yet, for the past 30 years one South Australian brand has conquered the critics and offered immense pleasure to millions of wine lovers.
It’s not quite the restaurant experience, but this Adelaide initiative to take home delivery to a new level is one positive spin-off from COVID. Our restaurant reviewer samples a sizeable portion of the Chefs on Wheels menu.
Take a 125-year-old vineyard, bring it back to health, celebrate it first and foremost in the wine it nurtures, and give it an outrageous name and label. Welcome to one of the Barossa’s most endearing stories.
Surrounded by suburbia, the Patritti family winery in Dover Gardens is celebrating the last pockets of the Marion district’s agricultural history with a new Urban Vineyard range. Here’s their story and our reviews of the wines due for Spring release.
Billed as “unauthentic” Indian, Rundle Street’s Daughter in Law is a deliberately confusing restaurant which, according to our reviewer, isn’t helped by poor service and underwhelming execution.
Cabernet and Shiraz blends are Australia’s red-wine statement to the world, from everyday value to super-luxury styles. We once called them claret, and it’s high time we took back the term from the Brexiteers and European Union bureaucrats.
New owners, no dramas: Norton Summit’s Scenic Hotel is in the midst of sympathetic change – and the food has become a quiet sensation among those who know.