My best wine books of the year are a non-alcoholic way to spend time loving wine. And if you can’t drink wine, what better way to spend your time than reading about other people drinking wine and learn a bit along the way.
Orange wine is not just wine from Orange, NSW. Although the name has them both confused (and even a little annoyed up in Orange). Orange wine is also not wine made from oranges. So, what is orange wine?
Which wine varieties are grown in Australia? Australia is known for its hefty Shiraz, Cab Sav and Grenache reds as well as Semillon and Riesling in the white fam. But there’s more to it than the well known varieties. Let’s get in to Australia’s full repertoire of vinos.
Rosé is one of life’s great joys - sipping pink wine in the sunshine and all that. But how is rosé wine made? We start by dispelling some of the rosé making myths and show how our favourite pink drink is put together.
If you’re wondering ‘Where is Jura?’ you’re probably not alone. This largely overlooked wine region lies in eastern France, near the border of Switzerland, and is often overshadowed by its neighbouring region, Burgundy.
If you’re looking for alternative wines (like many people are at the minute!) you might like to stop off at Firescreek Fruit Wines on your travels. From chilli to rose petal, you won’t find anything like you’ve tasted before in this little corner of NSW.
The old saying for chardonnay was ABC – Always Buy Chardonnay. The newer saying was something more like Anything But Chardonnay after it’s gone out of fashion over the years. Here's why you shouldn't write it off.