When a leading wine critic tastes a flight of 103 Australian wines and deems 34% of the whites to be worthy of at least 17 out of 20 and scores ‘a massive’ 43% of the reds the same, it’s worth taking note.
From humble beginnings, the International Pinot Noir Conference (IPNC) in Oregon has grown to become one of the world’s premier wine events. Started in 1987 by a group of wine-lovers, winemakers, restaurateurs, and retailers, it has grown and evolved and brings...read more
Australian wine has won global renown for range of wine styles since its founding in the 18th century. From fortifieds through to the early, blockbuster table wines from Australia’s classic regions and on to today’s refined, elegant styles from emerging,...read more
The Artisans of Australian Tasting, hitting London in September, is all about some of the world’s most exciting wineries and winemakers coming together to share wines and stories with the UK wine trade’s brightest and best. This is an unmissable opportunity to meet a...read more
Less than an hour drive from the city of Adelaide, located on a broad river delta, is Langhorne Creek. This region supports around 650 people tending more than 5,500 hectares of vines. Situated in the shadow of the Adelaide Hills it is one of the driest grape growing...read more