Over 1000 Australian red wines reviewed and rated
The Big Red Wine Book is Australia's first book devoted solely to (mainly) Australian red wines. Campbell Mattinson loves his reds, and over six or more years of tasting for his website, he has accumulated reviews of over 1000 red wines of many varieties and prices, now brought together and updated in print. From Shiraz to Nebbiolo, Pinot Noir to Cabernet, this is the book to have if you love red wine.VintageTasmania – the Complete Book of Tasmanian Wine by wine writer and historian Tony Walker »
Tasmania is considered to be one of the jewels in the crown of Australian wine, by wine lovers and increasingly, investors from around the world. But how and why did this tiny state reach international acclaim for its wines? It's all in the history, plus a trifecta of cool climate, good viticulture and great winemaking » What's the best Australian wine region for a film setting?
Recently we asked our readers: What is the best Australian wine region for a film setting? With no shortage of ideas for where and what type of movie, some of the answers were highly amusing. Baz, we hope you're taking notes. Read on »Tasting notes - Puddleduck Vineyard (Tas)
Puddleduck Vineyard is located in the Coal River Valley in Southern Tasmania. Apart from a delightful cellar door and picnic area, Puddleduck produces some wonderful wines. Read tasting notes on their range »Meet winemaker Nick Glaetzer, the 2011 Jimmy Watson Trophy winner »
What next for winemaker Nick Glaetzer? Having won the 2011 Jimmy Watson Trophy for his Tasmanian shiraz – the first time in its fifty year history it's crossed Bass Strait – and departed Frogmore Creek, we ask where to next in the world of Australian wine making? »