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Tasmanian Pinot Noir and even more new release books!

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

in the cooler months, a drop of red warms your tastebuds and your soul, especially when it's fine red wine from Huntington Estate. Love wildlife as well as red wine? Help the Central Highlands Tasmania Wildlife Group support animals, starving after bushfires, through the colder months and you could win superb Tassie Milford Pinot Noir.

New this month is the fantastic Cork and Knife, a cookbook to help you spring clean your drinks cabinet and add a 'wow' to your cooking! Plus other new release books including Matthew Evans' thought-provoking On Eating Meat, sweet treats in Gloriously Gluten Free and an engaging and fascinating read on South Australia, The Crow Eaters. Enter now and you could be sipping on finely crafted red wines or delving into new release books »

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Oliver's Taranga in McLaren Vale has been a winemaking family for six generations so it's no surprise some traditions have grown over that time. One is the naming of wines after family members and the latest to be honoured is 6th generation Oliver, Brioni. The wine's label also continues another tradition, 'The Year That...' and of course a continuation of superb red wines. Here are tasting notes for Brioni's Blend and a bit about Brioni's special skill »

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