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  1. Introduction to Italian wines

    Showcasing Italian Wines - The new wave of Australian Drinking

  2. The History of Penfolds Grange - Bin 95

    1931- In a sign of Max Schubert’s determination to make his mark on Australia’s wine industry, he did whatever he could to get his foot in the door at Penfolds, joining the company as a messenger boy in 1931. By 1948, at the age of 33, Max Schubert became Penfolds first Chief Winemaker.

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  4. 2008 Penfolds Grange - One of the best!

    Bin 389 is one of Australia’s great cellaring red wines. First produced in 1960, its history is connected with the development of Grange and Max Schubert’s ambition of creating a ‘dynasty of wines which all bear an unmistakable resemblance to each other. Named after its original binning compartment at Magill cellars, Bin 389 is the most popular wine in the Australian secondary wine market because of its heritage, consistency and reputation.

  5. 2008 Penfolds Grange - One of the best!

    Harvey Steiman states about the 2008 Grange: 'An utterly majestic Shiraz, sleek and seamless, brimming with ripeness on a framework that allows for grace and expressiveness in equal measure. The intensity of fresh blueberry and plum fruit holds attention until the nuances kick in, offering glints of exotic spice, coffee, cocoa, bay leaf and mint. Shows tremendous presence without a lot of weight, the tannins present but not even close to getting in the way. A great wine now with plenty of room to grow. Drink now through 2040." The review appeared in the June 12, 2013, issue of Wine Spectator Insider.

  6. 1977 Penfolds Grange - The White Capsule Grange

    Buying wine for a birthyear is becoming a real trend! Just this week we had a client purchase 2 bottles of 1977 Penfolds Grange as a Birth year present. Every year we see people buying wine from significant birth years and also for major milestones. It made me think what a great idea it is to celebrate with the people you care about. Given this purchase, I thought I'd reminisce about the year this product was made

  7. My picks for lockdown food and wine - this week!

    Ribeye - reverse-seared for 1 hour at 90 degrees in the oven and finished on my Le Creuset griddle as hot as I can get it - Medium Rare

  8. Sparkling Shiraz and Pizza - a winner this spring

    Every Sunday night I invite my Dad around for dinner and we always open a bottle of wine and make some dinner. We start with the intention of eating something really healthy and then come up with a heap of completely valid excuses to abandon that idea.

  9. Reverse seared rib-eye and my top wines to match!

    Key Definition: Season a thick-cut steak (the method works best with steaks at least one and a half to two inches thick), arrange the meat on a wire rack set in a rimmed baking sheet and place it in a low oven—between 200 and 275°F (93 and 135°C) Then cook on a high heat pan for approximately 1 minute each side.

  10. About is focused on bringing luxury wine consumers a collection of the most iconic wines in a 1 stop e-commerce shopping platform.


    John Walker was born on 25 July 1805. His farmer father died in 1819, and the family sold the farm. Their trustees invested the proceeds, £417, in an Italian warehouse, grocery, and wine and spirits shop on the High Street in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland.

  12. Henschke - Hill of Grace - The Other Australian Wine Icon

    Henschke is a family-owned, 153-year-old Australian winery, located in Keyneton, South Australia in the Eden Valley wine region. It produces the ‘ ill of Grace', one of Australia's "cult wines", and was considered Australia's second-best wine by James Halliday in 2009

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