Barossa

The world’s biggest deliberate wine destructions

From pouring Lafite down the loo to draining vats of Brunello, we round up some of the most destructive acts to be deliberately inflicted on the world of wine.

Australia’s women in wine to watch

In the second instalment of our Australian women in wine feature, we flag up the winemakers branching out with their own labels and the rising stars to watch.

Australian wine boom in China boosts wine tourism

Chinese consumers’ strong interest in Australian wines has spawned a booming wine tourism industry with a major tour operator reporting a steep increase of tours from 38 in 2013 to more than 700 in 2016. 

Ringland: Barossa winemakers living in ‘golden age’ of wine

The communication revolution has given winemakers in the Barossa Valley the confidence to carve their own style of Shiraz and the ability to communicate directly with consumers, sidestepping the need for critics scores, believes veteran winemaker Chris Ringland.

Geber hands over reins at Tanunda

December 12th, 2016

db interview: Dave Powell

June 20th, 2016

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