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NURTURING SPIRITS OF THE PAST

With a history dating back more than 170 years, Glen Ewin Estate is back in business with a growing involvement in the spirit and wine industries. FOR many people who’ve heard of Glen Ewin Estate, their immediate impressions would be...

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‘Hints of crushed ants and boot polish’: Tom Elliott finds this wine review particularly laughable

Some wine reviewers make it very complicated when it comes to wine tasting. An wine writer in The Australian has described Penfolds Grange 2015 with an absurd list of flavours including “hint’s of crushed ants, coconut ruff, dark plums of perfect...

GATES OPEN ON GLAMPING SITE

IF you really want to get away from it all then New South Wales bush retreat Turon Gates is an excellent choice. Turon Gates has just added six new riverside, self-catering glamping tents on its 2,500ha property at Capertee on...

CREATING A LEGACY

TAYLORS’ new $1000 a bottle The Legacy 2014, unveiled in April, contains interesting innovations. A unique, three-pronged sculpture encases the wine, each pillar signed by a representative of each generation. The wine is bottled in a statuesque tapered glass bottle,...

ONE FOR SWEET TOOTHS

THE Barossa Valley has welcomed a new cellar door for chocolate lovers. Barossa Valley Chocolate Company is the first combined chocolaterie and cellar door in South Australia’s most famous wine region. Located in the heart of the Barossa just outside...