Shiraz

Milne: ‘Cork is completely outdated’

Cork as a closure for wine is “a completely outdated“ technology nowadays, according to Kym Milne MW, chief winemaker at Bird in Hand in Australia’s Adelaide Hills.

Interest for Australian wines grows in Chengdu

Interest for premium Australian wine continues to grow at this year’s Chengdu Wine Fair, which saw the largest presence of Australian wine since Wine Australia first participated in the trade fair in 2013.

Uncorked: Chris Hatcher

Chris Hatcher, the seasoned chief winemaker at Wolf Blass, reveals to dbHK what bottle of wine he would compare himself to, and how a child raised in a strict Methodist household grew up to find a lifelong career in wine.

Penfolds Grange leads Barossa Wine Chapters Auction

A six-litre imperial of Penfolds Bin 95 Grange Shiraz 2010 led The Barossa Wine Chapters Auction to a record sale of AU$62,910, it has been announced.

db interview: Dave Powell

June 20th, 2016

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