Australia's leading online wine and food travel guide – top features

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Plus more Tasmanian Pinot Noir and new release books

Australia's leading online wine and food travel guide – top features

It's winter and that's when red wine really warms your tastebuds and your soul! We're delighted to have 4 mixed cases of very fine red wine from Huntington Estate on offer. PLUS we have more Milford pinot noir, for those who love wildlife and want to help the Central Highlands Tasmania Wildlife Group support starving animals after recent bushfires.

And hot off the press are three very different books – from food and drinks for dusk to native Australian ingredients plus a great tale of a tree change to the heart of wine country. Every book is a standout in its own style so enter now and you could be sipping on finely crafted red wines or reading and cooking up from new release books »

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Tasting notes: Enjoy Best's Wines direct from the cellar door »

Wines with over 150 years of family love behind them

Discover Australian wine and drinks

History abounds at Best's Wines cellar door in Victoria's Grampians region with the curios, tales and relics of over 150 years of family ownership on display. You can take a self-guided tour of the cellars below. Of course, a cellar door is also where you can savour the fruits of all that history in a glass. Here are tasting notes for some of the excellent Best's wines you'll discover »

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Explore wine and food regions

Is Victoria the craft drinks capital of Australia? »

Independent breweries, craft cideries and distilleries are growing around the state

Explore wine and food regions

With around 170 craft breweries and 33 distilleries, Victoria may have a sound basis for claiming to be Australia's craft drinks capital. As expected, Melbourne has a vibrant drinks scene but it's the regions that are booming with all kinds of interesting, hand crafted and nurtured beverages, made with local ingredients and expressing their own sense of place and taste »

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Food, cooking and dining finds

Recipe: Chinese Spring Onion Pancakes

From Dining at Dusk by Stevan Paul

Food, cooking and dining finds

Stevan Paul has gathered together dishes, drinks and tunes that add that extra atmosphere to the time of day as the sun dips below the horizon and the day turns to evening. The recipes in Dining at Dusk follow the sun as it sets around the world from Samoa through Europe, Morocco to the USA and Mexico and points in between. Think tapas, yakitori, mezzes tacos and more like this recipe for Chinese Spring Onion Pancakes. »

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Seasonal gems from our website

James Squire brings world's oldest surviving beer back to life! »

The Wreck – Preservation Ale crafted using 220 year old yeast

Seasonal gems from our website

In this extraordinary tale, and as a testament to its origin and history, ‘The Wreck – Preservation Ale’ has been crafted using 220-year-old yeast discovered in the depths of Australia’s oldest merchant shipwreck, the Sydney Cove, in the icy waters surrounding Tasmania’s Preservation Island »

Major events and festivals

Some top wine and food events and festivals on soon in Australia and NZ. For hundreds more events click here »

Wine and food calendar

Australian and NZ wine and food events. Click here to view by month, State and region »

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