THE WEEKEND AUSTRALIAN MAGAZINE • JAMES HALLIDAY

2021-08-27T02:10:26+00:00

Acid and sugar: a tale of two hemispheres It was once axiomatic that as you crossed the equator going north acid became the work of the devil, and as you crossed it going south sugar was the work of the devil. In other words, full ripeness was often hard to [...]

THE WEEKEND AUSTRALIAN MAGAZINE •JAMES HALLIDAY2021-08-27T02:10:26+00:00

Devote Greenock Shiraz – Single Vineyard Greenock Shiraz

2021-08-18T01:55:44+00:00

  The first parcel of fruit harvested on March 29th was the foundation of now the 17th vintage of the Greenock Shiraz, hailing from Materne vineyard ran by 4th generation growers David and Angela Materne. Planted in 1988 this 1654 clone runs north-south and sits on sandy loam over light [...]

Devote Greenock Shiraz – Single Vineyard Greenock Shiraz2021-08-18T01:55:44+00:00

Apéritif – If you thought you did not like Barossa wine, you will come up with other ideas with these

2021-08-06T02:12:34+00:00

aperitif Aase E. Jacobsen 28 July 2021 - 12:45   That Barossa has been low on the coolness scale for a while has to do with the wine styles the area is associated with. Although Yelland & Papps is not the first alternative-thinking producer from there, this is an impression that [...]

Apéritif – If you thought you did not like Barossa wine, you will come up with other ideas with these2021-08-06T02:12:34+00:00

Young Gun of Wine Deep Dive: Searching for the Best Barossa Grenache

2021-08-06T02:11:36+00:00

The Top Grenache in Barossa Young Gun of Wine Top 10   2020 Yelland & Papps ‘Second Take’ Grenache, Barossa Valley $45 RRP   This featured in the top-six selections of Zimmermann, Hayes, Imrie and Vine. “Violets and field flowers,” wrote Hayes, “bright and beautifully vibrant fruit-driven nose, fresh red [...]

Young Gun of Wine Deep Dive: Searching for the Best Barossa Grenache2021-08-06T02:11:36+00:00

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