We all know the Barossa Valley does great shiraz but a little known fact is that the cabernet sauvignon (and grenache) can be delicious too.
Balancing Heart is a relatively new face on the Granite Belt, situated at the southern end. A visit there a few years ago suggested that
A confession. My heart was anything but balanced tasting these wines racing at a thousand beats a minute. Even though I am technically within the
The is the Two Hands take on the classic Rhone grenache blend and unsurprisingly there is nothing shy about it. It is a no holds
The brooding power of Frankland River shiraz is the first thing that you notice in this wine – powerful olive tapenade, baked earth and white
I love the name of this wine which completely sums up what it is all about. A mixed bag of grape varieties thrown together (I am
Jean-Paul Thévenet was one of the winemakers instrumental in getting Beaujolais the recognition it deserves among France’s top regions. Organic and biodynamic farming plus minimal