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7
August
2020

How to Visit the Barossa Valley During Covid-19

How to Visit the Barossa Valley During Covid-19

Getting thirsty for a day wine tasting the Barossa Valley? Luckily for you, our 1 Day Wine and Food Lovers […]

15
May
2020

Expand your wine tastes!

Expand your wine tastes!

Wine tasting like a professional takes years of experience and an expert knowledge base of tasting notes. In fact, there […]

1
May
2020

Festivals in the Barossa Valley

Festivals in the Barossa Valley

Adelaide is known around the world as the festival capital of Australia, but what about the Barossa Valley just down […]

14
April
2020

Why You Should Return to the Barossa valley?

Why You Should Return to the Barossa valley?

Often when we travel it can be easy to fall into the old trap of we’ve been there once before, […]

6
March
2020

Jobs that help make your wine!

Jobs that help make your wine!

There’s a lot of people behind that perfect glass you’re drinking with your meal. Several jobs go into crafting and […]

28
February
2020

Does wine go off?

Does wine go off?

Though the shelf-life of wine can span for years or even decades, it doesn’t last forever. When we buy a […]

21
February
2020

How is cheese made?

How is cheese made?

Cheese. Cream. Butter. Yoghurt. We know they’re all dairy, but how is it that milk is so versatile? Typically, milk […]

14
February
2020

The Ultimate Wine Pairing Guide

The Ultimate Wine Pairing Guide

As we know, wine people are very serious about their wine. What temperature it should be served at, how long and if […]

6
February
2020

How climate and soil change the taste of wine

How climate and soil change the taste of wine

When talking about wine regions or high-end wines, you’ll often see references to soil and climate. It is commonly believed […]

5
December
2019

7 things you know wrong about wine

7 things you know wrong about wine

There are a plethora of wine myths that have been circulating through society for years. 1. Red wine should be […]

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