The story behind the grape

Pruning with purpose

As any keen gardener would know pruning is an annual activity which some of us look

You say Muscat, I say Moscato

Aussie pronunciation: mo-ska-toh Moscato is a wine style derived from the Muscat grape. The Muscat family

1860 Vines Shiraz

Tahbilk follows traditional wine-making techniques to create the Shiraz, fermenting in open oak vats, followed by

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Australian Sparkling Wines – How are they made?

In August 2010 Australian winemakers collectively sighed as a major deal as part of the ongoing free trade agreement with the European Union was passed. This deal officially banned Australia from labelling their beverages with drink names based on geographic location including champagne, port and

Environmental Sustainability

Degree Days Unlocked

Have you ever wondered why wine writers refer to degree days when they are writing their wine prose? Maybe you haven’t even noticed the reference ‘DD’ or ‘HDD’ or ‘GDD’ before.

The stories that you drink

A family tradition reaches a 50 year milestone

A family tradition reaches a 50 year milestone In the early 1960s Australia’s wine and food scene was not nearly as diverse and exciting as it is today. There were no

Tahbilk results from Halliday 2020

How to set up my wine cellar

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