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Category Archives: Barossa Wine

Agathist Alchemy: New Barossa label from Torbreck winemaker Chris Isbel

Tomorrow is International Grenache Day. Even though grenache is one of the most widely planted red grape varieties in the world it’s still considered a bit of an unsung hero? As a lover of Rhône wines and especially Châteauneuf-du-Pape, of which …

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5 Top Boutique Barossa Shirazes that you must try!

If you think all Barossa shiraz is full bodied, overripe and too alcoholic then now is probably no better time to take another look! Over the past 15 years the Barossa has undergone a real transformation. An astonishing number of …

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Shiraz Viognier: Not just a cool climate blend!

Due in no small part to the critical acclaim of Clonakilla’s Shiraz Viognier, the shiraz viognier blend has become synonymous with the cooler climate regions of Australia like the Canberra District and Victoria’s Heathcote, Bendigo and Yarra Valley appellations. Consequently, …

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