Australia

Self-Guided Wine Tour of Adelaide Hills

Self-Guided Wine Tour of Adelaide Hills

South-east of Adelaide is where you will find the Adelaide Hills wine region. The GI region spans around 1500 km, including its 3957 hectares of grapes. Despite the fact that valleys and sub-valleys produce different meso-climates, the high altitude makes the climate chilly. Shiraz, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Sauvignon Blanc are the principal grapes farmed […]

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Self-Guided Wine Tour of Hunters Valley

Self-Guided Wine Tour of Hunters Valley

Self-Guided Wine Tour of Hunters Valley Australian wines were first produced in the Hunter Valley. It is renowned across the world as a gourmet vacation and is known for its beautiful varietals of Semillon and shiraz. Over 150 cellar doors and an increasing number of cutting-edge eateries provide options for indulgence throughout the entire region.

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The Ten Most Unique Places in the World to Taste Wine

Eight Unique Places in the World to Taste Wine

The Eight Most Unique Places in the World to Taste Wine Ernest Hemingway, a famous author, wrote the following about wine: “One of the most natural and civilized things in the world that have attained the highest level of perfection is wine. Compared to other purely sensory things, it offers a wider spectrum of delight

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Self-Guided Wine Tour of Mornington Peninsula

The Mornington Peninsula is a popular tourist destination that is causing a stir in the international wine industry. It is tucked away at the bottom of the Australian peninsula and encircled by water. The Mornington Peninsula, one of Australia’s food and wine destinations, is a popular weekend getaway location just over an hour from Melbourne.

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Australian Wine Industry

The Australian Wine Industry

The Australian Wine Industry Since the first vines were planted on Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens site in 1788, the Australian wine industry has received considerable attention. Over the centuries, numerous waves of immigrants have built up the thriving Australian wine industry that exists today. Through the years, the Australian wine industry has witnessed plenty of

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Mornington Peninsula

A Guide to Mornington Peninsula Wine

A Guide to Mornington Peninsula Wine Nestled in Victoria’s southeastern corner, the Mornington Peninsula stretches 100km from Frankston to Warneet. This coastal region boasts over 300 wineries and vineyards, with wine grape varieties including Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, and more. About the Region The Mornington Peninsula is a popular holiday destination and wine-producing

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The History of Mornington Peninsula, Australia

The History of Mornington Peninsula, Australia Sitting to the west of Port Philip and south of Melbourne is the beautiful and historic city of Mornington. This region in Victoria is home to over 150,000 people known for their hospitality and warm-heartedness. In addition to its picturesque and natural landscape, this area is widely known for

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