Ever tried Mexican wine? Mexico is the oldest wine region in the Americas but due to it’s complicated history, Mexico has been left behind by the likes of neighbouring California. But it does exist and it is a growing market. So let’s get in to the history of Mexican Wine and why it’s not as popular as it could be.
Looking for vineyards and wineries close to the beach? I present to you, the South NSW wine region, Shoalhaven Coast.
Is English wine a thing? You may or may not know that I am a Brit living down under and I’m heading home next week for a visit which got me thinking...what’s the wine sitch on my home soil? Do they make it, is it good, can I try some? Let’s answer some of those burning (?) questions on English vinos…
About an hour north west of Sydney lies historic Hawkesbury Valley. It’s a stunning area and was the source of food for aboriginal people then emancipist settlers from 1794. The area is known for its beautiful river views and activities, local produce and my favourite part, Hawkesbury River Wineries.
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.