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  1. Best Australian Red Wine to Drink in 2024

    Best Australian Red Wine to Drink in 2024

    To help you navigate the extensive choices available to you, we’re sharing our favourite Australian red wines to buy right now.

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  2. Could You Tell a Penfolds Grange From a $75 Bottle of Shiraz?

    Could You Tell a Penfolds Grange From a $75 Bottle of Shiraz?

    See how the ultra-premium Penfolds Grange stacked up against other exceptional South Aussie wines in this blind tasting run by Phil

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  3. Is this the best job in the world?

    Is this the best job in the world?

    Does Matt have the best job in the world? His European wine tasting trip would certainly suggest so...

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  4. 2024 Vintage Experience with Curator Wine Co.

    2024 Vintage Experience with Curator Wine Co.

    We put on our hats, shorts and cowboy boots to give Curator Wine Co. a hand with their 2021 vintage… and to learn a thing or two about winemaking from a seasoned veteran!
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  5. Chalk Hill Wines First Harvest & Grape Stomp Day

    Chalk Hill Wines First Harvest & Grape Stomp Day

    Chalk Hill Wines launched their very first harvest and grape stomp day, inviting wine lovers to get their feet dirty.

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  6. Honey Bang Bang’s Lamb Cutlets

    Honey Bang Bang’s Lamb Cutlets

    Located in Littlehampton in the Adelaide Hills, Honey Bang Bang delivers a fun, vibrant take on South East Asian food. The venue is owned, run and served by husband and wife team, Montie & Hailey Waraich. Their food is created from locally sourced produce, to deliver meals with flavour bangs of high quality. Their love and passion for food is evident in their food, and is perfect to be shared amongst family and friends.

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  7. Artisans of Barossa

    Artisans of Barossa

    To be an ‘artisan’ is very much about setting your own path driven by a human desire to explore, experiment and to express ourselves. To create and share things shaped in our mind and made by our own hands for the enjoyment of others. Often proffered with a simple “I made this, please enjoy”. A tinge of pride yes, but hubris never. - Artisans of Barossa.
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  8. Chalk Hill Wines Deck Bar and Small Batch Release

    Chalk Hill Wines Deck Bar and Small Batch Release

    Recently, Dan and Jess ventured up the hill (if you have been there before, you know what we are talking about) for the opening of the NEW Chalk Hill Deck Bar, as well as tasting their fifth small batch release, the 2021 Chalk Hill SBR Grüner Veltliner.
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  9. Getting To Know Phil

    Getting To Know Phil

    Phil's career in wine has been a mix of independent retail in the early 90s, to working and studying in the UK knocking over the first two hurdles to the Master of Wine. After returning to to Australia, he worked for Baily and Baily and then began a lengthy stint in wholesale championing a long list of small, independently owned wineries. He has also worked as cellar hand, picker, pruner and a bunch of other inglorious roles, all to keep his feet firmly on the ground and convey a greater appreciation of what happens before wine makes it to your glass.

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  10. Giving Curator Wine Co. a Hand

    Giving Curator Wine Co. a Hand

    We put on our hats, shorts and cowboy boots to give Curator Wine Co. a hand with their 2021 vintage… and to learn a thing or two about winemaking from a seasoned veteran!
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  11. Manser Wines 2021 Vintage

    Manser Wines 2021 Vintage

    A cracker of a day was had by all as we went out to take part in the 2021 Manser Family Wines vintage!
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  12. Dogs, Dogs, Dogs + Wine.

    Dogs, Dogs, Dogs + Wine.

    Everyone has a dog story… well hair of the dog. Plus, we sell wine, cracking good wines at that too. So, let’s see what wine is suited to your personality by picking a dog variety.

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