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

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

If you are at all interested in where your food comes (or will come) from, how big business plays a major part in what and how food makes it to our tables, and what the future of food production is – and we all need to be – then this is a book you should read »

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Contrasting temperatures feature in 2019 Rutherglen vintage »

But quality is universally high across the varietes, particularly the reds

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The weather ruled the 2019 vintage in Rutherglen, which was a season of contrasting temperatures, dominated by a distinct lack of rain fall. After a cool and dry winter, budburst was later in the Rutherglen region than normal.. However the season progressed well and the end result is universally high quality across the varietes, particularly the reds »

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As a guest of Saffire you can immerse in the beekeeping experience »

Watching Tasmanian honey in the making close-up

Explore wine and food regions

From the start of summer, Saffire has been offering guests the chance to see, close-up, Tasmanian honey being created with their complimentary beekeeping experience. Affter donning full apiarirst suits, they join Saffire Horticulturalist Rob Barker on a private property overlooking The Hazards to see the bees at work and watch the golden honey being extracted »

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Recipe: Sherry and Orange Caramelised Fennel »

With Goat’s Cheese from How to Eat a Peach by Diana Henry

Food, cooking and dining finds

In How to Eat a Peach, Diana Henry takes us on a culinary journey around the world and across the seasons with menus and food she has loved on her travels. Here's a delightful recipe from Spain, for late summer/autumn for fennel which adds some sherry for extra zing »

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Seasonal gems from our website

Follow your taste buds with Flavours of Tasmania »

Delicious food, cool-climate wine, craft ciders and beers and world-renowned spirits to enjoy

Seasonal gems from our website

Thinking of a culinary trip to Tassie? Flavours of Tasmania showcases a slice of the amazing food and beverage offerings around the island state. Cool-climate wines, fresh food dished up at award-winning restaurants and cafes, craft ciders and beers plus spirits that are winning global acclaim are all included, making this a perfect book to help craft your ultimate Tasmanian culinary itinerary »

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