ASK A WINEMAKER Should you have a question you would like to ask of a winemaker please send it through to myself –  – and I will ask on yourRead More →

As any keen gardener would know pruning is an annual activity which some of us look forward to with glee. It is a time of chopping off limbs to make wayRead More →

Aussie pronunciation: mo-ska-toh Moscato is a wine style derived from the Muscat grape. The Muscat family of grapes is rather large and has been used for centuries to create the fullRead More →

Tahbilk follows traditional wine-making techniques to create the Shiraz, fermenting in open oak vats, followed by a period of maturation in large 100 year old French Oak barrels prior to bottling.Read More →

Sauvignon Blanc is an Australian table favourite hailing from Bordeaux region in France. Known for its crisp, dry and refreshing qualities it is a popular varietal also in Australia. While AustraliaRead More →

Pronunciation = Marsanne (mar-sar-ne)  It is always a pleasure to write about one of our favourite grapes Marsanne. It is pretty special and doesn’t find itself in the ‘well known’ bracket amongstRead More →

Aussie pronunciation ‘gre-nash’ You say Grenache I say Garnacha. The quintessential red wine grape is a widely used component of Spanish blends. In fact it is one of the most widelyRead More →

Learn a little more about your Pinot Noir. Aussie pronunciation ‘pee-no-nwar’ A fussy grape. Exploding onto the Australian wine scene in the 1990s this temperamental grape is now a favourite variety.Read More →

Aussie pronunciation ‘cab-er-nay sav-in-nyong’ The progeny varietal Did you know this world famous grape is the progeny of two other varietals we know and love, Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc? ThisRead More →

Aussie pronunciation ‘she-raz’ An Australian Favourite When you think classic Australian red first thing that comes to mind is most likely – Shiraz. This iconic grape was one of the firstRead More →