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March / April Reviews

Here is a selection of great write-ups for many of our favourite wines from March and April. Many of the below wines are very limited so if something sounds up your alley, don't pause!

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Special Sites Part 4: The Rayner Vineyard

The Rayner Vineyard is one of McLaren Vale's most iconic sites. Now under the ownership of the husband-and-wife team of Andre Bondar and Selina Kelly, this special vineyard looks set to enter a glorious new era...

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10 Future Star Producers & Their Exciting Wines

The Australian wine scene is ever-evolving, and we love discovering the next wave of young star winemakers certain to play a big role in our industry's future. Here are ten new names to keep an eye out for, and an exciting wine from each to try.

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A Quick Glance at the Chalmers Project with Tennille Chalmers

The ‘Chalmers Project’ is a small batch winemaking experiment carried out each vintage by Kim and Tennille Chalmers. We spoke briefly to Tennille to get the low down on the latest Chalmers Project.

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5 Questions with Konpira Maru

The irreverent Konpira Maru label is a new-wave Northern NSW wine project laced with absurdity.

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The Next Step for Nick Spencer

After a decade at Eden Road, Nick Spencer is moving on.

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The Beauty of Blewitt Springs Grenache

Grenache is one of the great sleeping giants of Australian wine. And the giant is stirring. In one small pocket of McLaren Vale known as Blewitt Springs, some of the loudest noises about the quality and potential of Australian Grenache are being made.

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5 Questions With Scott / La Prova Winemaker Sam Scott

James Halliday called Sam Scott “a star in the making”, and we love Sam’s unique and delicious range of wines.

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2017 Ravensworth Autumn Release

Bryan Martin's Ravensworth wines have become some of the Canberra region's hottest releases. We take a look at his latest Autumn release of scintillating wines.

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A Chat with Samuel's Gorge Main Man Justin McNamee

“wines that are distinctly Australian with reference to the old world for texture, complexity and harmony.”

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A Beechy State of Mind

I lugged hoses in Rutherglen through the 2016 vintage. It was in Beechworth that I sought refuge during that time. The place where I could recharge the batteries...., 

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Five Aussie Chenin Blancs to Change Your Mind about a two line heading1

I like Chenin Blanc. Oh, man that feels good to say. I know I’m in the minority here, Chenin cops a fair amount of flack. The variety is a rockstar in .......

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Unico Zelo - On A Mission

There has never been any doubting the passion, energy and obvious talent of Unico Zelo dynamic duo Brendan and Laura Carter...

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Five Aussie Chenin Blancs to Change Your Mind about a two line heading2

I like Chenin Blanc. Oh, man that feels good to say. I know I’m in the minority here, Chenin cops a fair amount of flack. The variety is a rockstar in .......

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Five Aussie Chenin Blancs to Change Your Mind about a two line heading3

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I like Chenin Blanc. Oh, man that feels good to say. I know I’m in the minority here, Chenin cops a fair amount of flack. The variety is a rockstar in the Loire Valley a .......

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February Reviews

Here is a selection of great write-ups for many of our favourite wines from February. Many of the below wines are very limited so if something sounds up your alley, don't pause!

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