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Mike Bennie - Understanding Natural Wine In Australia

Mike Bennie - Understanding Natural Wine In Australia

December 03, 2018

The roar of the natural wine revolution sits for most Australian wine producers as a binary concept. Natural wine. Conventional wine. The lines are way more blurred. Indeed, the lack of construct around definition of natural wine is often the lynch pin for discussion, and a point mooted to place ridicule and ire on the genre. However the definition is simple...

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THE AUSTRALIAN CELLAR JOINS THE NZ CELLAR'S GARAGE SALE IN BRIXTON

THE AUSTRALIAN CELLAR JOINS THE NZ CELLAR'S GARAGE SALE IN BRIXTON

November 07, 2018

For the first time The Australian Cellar will be joining The New Zealand Cellar for their South London famous Garage Sale in Pop Brixton. Brixton will be a rocking with killer tunes and festive cheer and there will be plenty of Aussie and NZ wines to indulge in. Plus for those that like to get a head start on all their Christmas shopping, premium wines at wholesale prices is your perfect opportunity. So strap in & get ready for the raddest Garage sale in London.

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The Grape Game

The Grape Game

October 24, 2018

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Mike Bennie's Australian Wines

Mike Bennie's take on Australian Wine

September 28, 2018

Australia is here once more. Australian wine is increasingly shrugging off the cultural cringe and showing the universe that diversity and quality go hand-in-hand. Though there’s no denying that the lakes of monochromatic wine still sit moody in the background, a newer, or reassured wedge of the market is shouting louder than ever now. Excitement abounds.

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Australia Wine Region - Tasmania

Australian Wine Region - Tasmania

September 18, 2018

Tasmania, the small island state to the south, is a treasure trove of stunning landscapes, fresh produce and world class premium wines. Tasmania’s wine credentials are based on quality over quantity. There are seven sub-regions on Tasmania including: The Tamar Valley, Pipers River, East Coast, North West, Down South, Coal River Valley and North of Hobart.

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Australian Wine Region | New South Wales

Australian Wine Region - New South Wales

September 18, 2018

New South Wales (NSW) is Australia's oldest wine region - The first grape vines were brought over on the first fleet and planted at Sydney cove in 1788. New South Wales is also the 2nd largest producer of wine in the country, responsible for 30% of Australia's wine production.

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Australia wine region - Victoria

Australian Wine Region - Victoria

September 18, 2018

Despite being the smallest mainland state in Australia, Victoria is home to the largest number of wine regions and individual wineries and boasts the title as the most diverse wine region with the ability to produce a huge range of wine styles and varieties. 

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Australian Wine Region - South Australia

Australian Wine Region - South Australia

September 18, 2018

South Australia is home to some of the premier wine regions in Australia including: Barossa Valley, Mclaren Vale, Clare Valley, Coonawarra and the Adelaide Hills. This collection of great wine growing regions has earned South Australia the prestigious title of the ‘Capital of Australia Wine’ and one of the nine Great Wine Capitals of the World.   

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Australian Wine Region | Western Australia

Australian Wine Region - Western Australia

September 18, 2018

One of the most geographically isolated and pure wine regions in the world, Western Australia (WA) is the largest state in Australia by land mass and is home to 9 specific wine regions concentrated in the South West corner. The sub-regions of WA include: Swan District, Perth Hills, Peel, Geographe, Blackwood Valley, Pemberton, Manjimup, Great Southern and the most famous of them all - Margaret River.

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Australia Wine Region | Queensland

Australian Wine Region - Queensland

September 18, 2018

Queensland is not typically the first region that comes to mind when you think of ‘Australian Wine’, however this region has wine history that dates back over 150 years. In more recent times Queensland has experienced significant growth, particularly in the last 10 years - There are now over 1500 hectares planted in the region. 

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