Riesling Downunder took place recently in Melbourne, Australia, providing the perfect opportunity for trade and consumers alike to sample a wide range of Riesling from around the world.
China’s post-boom hangover hit Australia far less than Bordeaux, and the potential for top-end wine is as great as ever, according to Andrew Caillard MW.
Treasury Wine Estate’s chief executive, Michael Clarke, has said that fiscal 2015 has “begun well” for the long-troubled Australian wine company.
A man has been arrested after allegedly opening the taps of four tanks of wine at an estate in the Barossa Valley last weekend.
Australian Vintage has reported a 16% rise in total revenue in its half year results, boosted by a double digit increase in sales of its branded wines.
When it comes to barbecuing Australians can do more than just throw another shrimp on the barbie.
UK consumers are starting to take Australia seriously as a fine wine producer but there is a long road ahead, says one of the country’s premium estates.
A man who drank gin to numb the pain after slicing his hand open with a chainsaw and then drove to hospital has had his appeal over a drink driving charge dismissed.
A video has captured the moment a twister ripped through an estate in Australia’s Hunter Valley, damaging vines and flattening an equipment shed.
Wine is “a fashion industry” says Christie Schulz of Barossa Valley-based estate Turkey Flat, and “you lose your market if you don’t move with the times.”
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