The story of wine
The hot, dusty sheepyards of his family's Clare Valley farm gave Rob Geddes his first realisation of the subtle variances that soil and climate have on the grape. His new book, A Good Nose and Great Legs, trys to illuminate the fundamentals that go into making the many wine varieties so his readers can enjoy them all the more. And enjoying good wine is what it's all about »Australia – Fresh and fast Pete Evans – or what chefs cook at home
The appeal of My Table is that all the meals are accessible. There are no exotic ingredients or complicated processes that could lead to heart-breaking disasters. Everything is fast and easy, fresh, colourful and inviting »The Vintner's Letters by Peter McAra
The Vintner's Lettersdetails the early years of pioneering Hunter Valley winegrower and maker Maurice O'Shea, first studying oenology in France, and later on his return to Australia, where he made some of our greatest wines »Hunter Valley – wines and vines facts
Learn some Hunter Valley wine production history, climate and wine production information »Is "terroir" relevant to The Hunter Valley?
There is no single word in English that captures the full extent of the meaning in the French word "terroir". Robin Tedder, MW, looks at the concept of "terroir" in the Hunter Valley.