Stories
Meet our favourite winemakers and listen to their stories.

Two Hands on Fire

The same year that Heath Ledger was making a name for himself with Australian cult classic ‘Two Hands’, Michael Twelftree was laying down plans to

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Cool Shiraz

The buzz words for Australian wine over the last decade have been “cool climate” and the resulting change in wine styles has lead to a

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Back to Nature

Natural, minimal intervention, orange, lo-fi; no matter what you call them, the wines dismissed as a hipster trend a few years ago are here to stay. A movement that

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Textural Bliss

Silky, lacey, fat, heavy, dense, chewy even rustic. – these are  descriptions of texture rather than the usual wine talk of cranberries, wet stones and a

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Thommo’s Way

A short two hours North of Sydney sits the Hunter Valley – a wine region with its fair share of detractors and admirers. The detractors

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Gorgeous Grenache

Not all grapes are created equal. Some make their quality clear with the faintest swirl and sniff; the beguiling perfumes of Nebbiolo and Pinot Noir,

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Head to the hills

Steven George is not your average winemaker and Ashton Hills is certainly not just any old winery. Driving up to the old quaint cellar door

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Drink to your health

Fifteen years ago organic food was the preserve of students and hippies while today whole sections of the community scour their supermarket shelves every week,

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