Showing posts from April, 2018

Total growth in the wine industry is levelling out according to a major bank's report on the industry

Vinomofo - a great wine selling success story

World wine consumption up while production falls

Total world area under vines relatively unchanged last year

Three rieslings recently tasted - the Leo Buring would be my pick

Wine Australia promotes article that rubbishes the wines of the Barossa

Wines celebrating that great Barossa history

A Jacob's Creek wine at Dan Murphy's that will be hard to beat on my rough-and-ready value for money index

The Chinese are squashing out the value for Australian wine drinkers

Wine Australia snubs the country's major wine producers

Tackling the problem of counterfeit wine

A tale of two bottles of Petrus and a victory for an underdog

Should California winemakers be worried about China's tariffs?

Australia's wine surplus is disappearing quickly and the bargains disappear with it

French vineyards are moving north

Wine the most popular alcohol with men drinking less and women more

You can't take the Barossa out of the boy and he'll happily drink Grant Burge Barossa Ink Shiraz any day

Peter Schell and Magali Gely are making Spinifex one of the Barossa's finest labels

Basket Range proof that "it were not best that we should all think alike"

A good club drink - Rieslingfreak No. 4

A Tollana of distinction at a sunny vineyard lunch

A Barossa alternative to some very ordinary pubs

Wine ratings by the Owl

Organic wine beginning to catch on with consumers