Grenache

Torbreck discovers rare old vines

Australian winery Torbreck has recently discovered that some extremely old vines dotted around its vineyards are not at all what they are supposed to be.

Could Cabernet Franc be native to Navarra?

Studies by the centre of viticultural research in Navarra suggest that Cabernet Franc may have originated from the Spanish wine region – although the grape is not authorised by Navarra today.

Aussie Grenache ‘can age better than Shiraz’

Australian Grenache has greater ageing potential than wines made from the country's flagship red variety, Shiraz, according to wine writer Sarah Ahmed.

Australia’s new philosophy of freshness

A new generation of Australian winemakers are turning their backs on big, beefy styles in favour of lighter, fruitier expressions in response to demand from restaurants and consumers.

Grenache takes root in Chile

September 10th, 2015

Grenache: a brighter future?

February 5th, 2015

Top 10 wines at Heathrow

October 3rd, 2014

Top 10 Australian reds

September 22nd, 2014

db Eats: Blanchette

April 22nd, 2014

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