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All the way with Rosé!

the beast that is Rosé juggernaut shows no sign of stopping its momentum in the Asutralian wine market. And nor should it really. We are seeing more and more of the style drafted in the dry savoury end of the spectrum, our lifestyle, climate and foods we enjoy just work so well with the style of win...[Read More]

Angullong Wines

About 350kms west of Sydney, and 35kms south of Orange, nestled in the foothills of Mount ...

Coopers Vintage 2019

I’m a huge fan of the Coopers Vintage beers. and if money wasn’t an issue then...

James Squire THE WRECK PRESERVATION ALE 2019

So its taken me a little while to get around to reviewing this drop from the Lion owned Ja...

Campo Viejo

Its not often that I see samples of imports, but a few weeks ago we sat down to what is pr...

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All the way with Rosé!

the beast that is Rosé juggernaut shows no sign of stopping its momentum in the Asutralian wine market. And nor should it really. We are seeing more and more of the style drafted in the dry savoury end of the spectrum, our lifestyle, climate and food...

Angullong Wines

About 350kms west of Sydney, and 35kms south of Orange, nestled in the foothills of Mount Canobolas sits the vineyards for Angullong Wines. It’s one of the largest vineyards in the area with a total of 220 hectares or 550 acres under vine. The ...

Coopers Vintage 2019

I’m a huge fan of the Coopers Vintage beers. and if money wasn’t an issue then it would probably be my everyday beer. I’ve watched the beer evolve over the years from having its fancy gold foil cap wrapper and copper plate writing o...

James Squire THE WRECK PRESERVATION ALE 2019

So its taken me a little while to get around to reviewing this drop from the Lion owned James Squire. I never managed to get my hands on the original 2018 release up here in FNQ but happened to find the 2019 in one of the mega liquor stores locally, ...

Campo Viejo

Its not often that I see samples of imports, but a few weeks ago we sat down to what is probably the best known name in Rioja wine. Campo Viejo, Spain’s Winery of the Year, (now fully imported by Pernod Ricard) has won its the sixth Winery of t...

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