Lisa Johnston is a Sydney/London based wine educator, writer and wine business consultant who believes that wine should be fun, sometimes contemplative and never intimidating. A firm believer that the wine experience is one that should be shared, winemusing.com will celebrate the best wines, winemakers and wine experiences from Australia to London and beyond.
Vincent Van Gogh and some modern day Aussie ingenuity …. James Broinowski, Small Island Wines (source: Small Island Wines) With Tasmanian wine gaining in recognition around the world, over the past five to ten years there has been many new winery start ups in the […]
This wine proves that not all wines from Vulture is boldly red. Vulture is a wine region located in the Basilicata region of Southern Italy where the dominant feature is the now inactive volcano, Monte Vulture. That volcano left a rich legacy in the soil […]
James Broinowski is just one winemaker that typifies Australian ingenuity. To achieve his dream of making his own wines, he crowdfunded his first vintage and set his benchmark high. This is just one of his pinot collection and the fruit for this wine has been sourced from […]
Nani Rizzi is a family winery specialising in bubbles, fine Prosecco bubbles. The winery, named after the founder Giovanni, has been making bubbles since 1887. It is located in the commune of Valdobbiadene which is known for making some of the finest expressions of Prosecco. […]
A good malbec should offer up a generous, bright fruit and smooth tannin combo and this well-crafted wine will really hit the spot. While Malbec is known as a Bordeaux grape where it rarely headlines, it has found a home in other countries where single […]
Here is a video with some great tips on what to match these wines, especially for the festive season …. Calvet Cremant de Bordeaux Brut – A long mouthful of soft mousse with a slight crunch to the acid. A buttery, lemon, apple, toast and […]
Mention Wirra Wirra to wine lovers throughout the world, and this is probably the wine that they will think of. This was the first Wirra Wirra wine made by Greg Trott. McLaren Vale is a great source of juicy warming reds and Wirra Wirra is […]