Does the type of wine glass you use matter?
It’s a debate that’s been going on for almost as long as there’s been wine: does the type of wine[...]
4 Reasons Why You Should Visit the McLaren Vale
The Barossa Valley is typically proclaimed the wine capital of South Australia, but what about its southern counterpart, McLaren Vale?[...]
5 Health Benefits of Drinking Wine
Ever heard the saying, “a glass of wine a day keeps the doctor away”? No? Wait, perhaps it’s an apple[...]
The Beginner’s Guide To Wine
It’s hardly common knowledge that pinot gris and pinot grigio are actually not the same thing, but it could be.[...]
Sommeliers Series – Designing a Wine List
Enter any great restaurant and within minutes of being seated, your waiter will proudly give you two things, the list[...]
Do You Remember Your First Sip of Wine?
I remember like it was yesterday. I would have been 7 maybe 8 years old and was dragged along by[...]
Sommeliers Series – Introduction
Sommelier is simply defined as ‘a wine waiter’, but that’s like saying Penfold's Grange or Chateau Margaux are simply bottles[...]
Winter Wine: Should You Buy Wine by Time of Year?
Like food, certain types of wine taste and feel better according to the season. A perfectly chilled Rosé or Pinot[...]
Beyond Shiraz: Red Wine for Beginners
Red wine can seem a little intimidating for many new wine drinkers. As the most popular Australian red wine, Shiraz[...]
8 Wine Terms Wine Lovers Should Know
Are you someone who loves wine, but sometimes has difficulty being able to accurately describe a particular wine to friends?[...]
How To Cellar Wine At Home
If you love wine, chances are you would like to build a decent collection to store in your own home.[...]
5 Tips for Pairing Wine with Food
A fine meal and a bottle of wine always makes for an enjoyable evening, but how can you be certain[...]
Daniel Binet, Tatler Wines
Meet The Winemaker - Tatler Wines We sat down with Daniel Binet, winemaker at Tatler Wines, and heard his story about how[...]
How Many Grapes in a Bottle?
Driving through the rolling country side of wine country seeing endless fields of vineyards have you asked yourself how many[...]
Varietal Focus – CINSAUT
Cinsaut (or Cinsault) is a red grape varietal originating and predominantly grown in the south of France, Algeria and Morocco.[...]
The Top 5 Australian Wine Clubs and Wine Subscriptions
Where do you even start to find great wines? Australia makes some of the best wines in the world with[...]
Size Matters With Wine Bottles
When it's time to celebrate, it's time to forget the simple standard bottle and time to reach for something bigger[...]
You Can’t Turn Horseshit Into Fairy Floss
Wine comes from grapes, starting with great fruit will produce great wine, but starting with horseshit will create undrinkable wine.[...]
Shiraz or Syrah
Which One Is It? It’s a question people ponder while proudly announcing “it’s a Syrah” as the decanter hits the[...]
Chris Joshua, Joshua’s Fault Wines
Meet The Winemaker - Joshua's Fault Wines We sat down with Chris Joshua, winemaker at Joshua's Fault Wines, and heard[...]
Let The Wine Breathe
How Does a Red Wine "Breathe" or "Open Up"? You may have heard that red wine needs to “breathe”. Or[...]
The Perfect Wine Temperature
The flavours and taste of wines are heavily influenced by the temperature at which they are enjoyed. The general rule[...]