Art of Power Dining
A winemaker by day (and weekends) and a criminal judge by night, George Shinas, shares how the cheeky names behind his wines came about and why drought can be a good thing for his vines.
If you recognise the name Vasco Rossi, then you know your international rock and roll stars. Rossi is Italy’s answer to Bon Jovi. Named after the Italian singer-songwriter, Sydney’s latest watering hole, Vasco, isn’t a ...
For winemaker Grant Taylor, Central Otago’s various sub-regions offer fascinating opportunities to produce complex and top class Pinot Noirs.
By actively seeking out and planting a variety of indigenous grapes and balancing traditional winemaking with an open mind, Cesare Cecchi has taken his family’s wine estates into a new era in Tuscany.
Noemia d’Amico, co-owner of Paolo and Noemia d’Amico winery, took a chance with Tuscia, a little known wine region in Italy, and has been reaping the harvest ever since.
By fusing a winemaking tradition with a hip image, Giorgio Polegato, president of Astoria winery, aims to broaden the appeal of prosecco enjoyment.
Head down to La Cicala at Club Street, and Jim Thompson at Dempsey Hill for a wine dinner. Savour Portuguese wines such as Cape Roca Vinho Verde White and Monte Cascas Colheita Red Douro.
Lebanese winery Chateau Muscar may have been founded in 1930, but it can count on the country’s 6,000-year-old winemaking tradition to inspire and drive them to produce quality wines.
With slanted, curved glasses and sleek stainless steel jigger and muddler, the Mojito Set, designed by world renowned Spanish mixologist, Javier de las Muelas, acts a touch of urban cool to your bar.
As an Indonesian wine producer in Victoria, Hendra Widjaja, director of Stuart Wines Co., is a rare sight in the Aussie wine industry.