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Passing Clouds by Graeme Leith

A Winemaker's journey and a real peek into vineyard life

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

Passing Clouds is a heartfelt recount of the rich and varied life of the boutique wine-maker Graeme Leith, and his award-winning vineyard and winery near Daylesford, Victoria »

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Australian wines with screw caps challenge opinions of wine experts at VinItaly »

Stelzer says no other country has mature reds of this calibre under screw cap

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Big news for Australian wines on the world stage! A blind tasting by wine critics at VinItaly 2015 demonstrated that not only are wines under screw caps not "inferior", they were (in the words of one) "even better than under cork, it really surprised me” »

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Doug Purdie gives us good reasons to keep bees, in city or country

In this extract from Backyard Bees: a guide for the beginner beekeeper

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Doug Purdie is a self-proclaimed Beevangelist and is on a mission to save bees, the insects that are so crucial to our food and planet. Not only does he make a very convincing case, he shows us how easy it is for us to join in. This extract from his book Backyard Bees: A guide for the beginner beekeeper is simply entitled 'Why keep bees?' »

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Recipe: Three Capes Whisky venison pie

From Bream Creek Farmers' Market - the Cook Book

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The Bream Creek Farmers' Market takes place on the first Sunday each month in Tasmania's south east. If it's grown, baked, raised, picked, brewed, produced, ripened, milked or caught in Tasmania, you can find it at this market. It's also where this vibrant community shares their advice, hints, tips and tastily, their recipes. In time for cooler months, distiller William McHenry serves up this hearty venison pie with a warming inclusion! »

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