The perfect wine matches for Chinese food styles »
Give up and drink beer? Deciding what wine to drink with Chinese food has been difficult in the past, but not any more. Australia's fruit-driven wines can match perfectly with different styles of Chinese food »2011 – a contrary vintage for Australian winegrowers
Vintage 2011 may go down in history as one of the most difficult for winegrowers of all regions of Australia, except for some parts of Western Australia and Tasmania. Rain followed by increased humidity has been the main problem »Tasting notes: Seppeltsfield vintage 2011
Seppeltsfield has a priceless legacy dating back to 1851. Steeped in history, the estate is considered a national treasure, one which helped shape the Australian wine industry. Seppeltsfield owns the largest private holding of premium shiraz in the Barossa and it is from these rich soils that the Barossa Shiraz and Shiraz Touriga Grenache 2011 releases are crafted »Seppeltsfield launches new daily wine tourism offer
Seppeltsfield has revamped its daily cellar door tourism offer in the wake of regional, state and national initiatives to drive visitation to and (re)discovery of the Barossa. Beginning 1st July, the iconic cellar door has re-launched its tour and tasting experiences, with a refreshed ‘4 pillar’ daily offering to suit a diversity of visitor interests »Hand made in the Barossa sub regions
Ebeneezer, Moppa, Gomersal - not gnomes, but sub-regions of the Barossa. Jeni Port looks at some "shedistes" making high quality and creative wines in the Barossa.