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Filtering the Fog of Natural Wines

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Nothing heats up a debate amongst wine folk like the topic of natural wine. It’s fair to say there’s a decent amount of obfuscation on the subject. What is natural wine? Who gets to say what is and what isn’t natural? What’s an ‘Orange Wine’? How can a wine not be vegan friendly? If it’s organic, does that make it natural?

Adelina 2.0

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It all started with a vineyard... A tiny old vineyard smack-bang amongst some of the most sort after grape-growing real estate in the Clare Valley. Across the road from the famed Wendouree and Aberfeldy vineyards, these gnarly 100+-year-old plantings of Shiraz, Grenache and Pedro Ximenez were calling to be loved.

Alex Head: The Renaissance Man of the Barossa

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The Barossa Valley had its reputation forged on the back of behemoth wines of raw power and bombast, but the region's 'new breed' of winemakers is taking a different approach, instead focusing on wines that either provide immediate, easy drinking pleasure, or a detailed exploration of the region's famous vineyards. No Barossa winemaker achieves both of these as well as Alex Head... READ ON

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What If We Started Again?

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Australian wine's history has been modelled on what works in France, and these French grape varieties have helped put our country on our global wine stage. But what if we started all again? Would we look further afield, to other wine powerhouses with climates that more closely resemble our own? To countries like Italy, perhaps...?

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