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Australia makes some really amazing sparkling wine. (This includes sparkling red wine, notably, Sparkling Shiraz, which is all-in-all an Aussie style!) You will find sparkling wine on the portfolio of every winery, made with different grapes and using different methods. In fact, before still wine got popular in our country, much of the wine produced was […]

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The story of Australian Grenache Wines seems like a movie plot. There's a good beginning, followed by twists and turns, there's a climax and finally a happy ending, which is still going on. Grenache is one of the original varieties imported to Australia in 1832 by James Busby. Many vineyard sites, especially those based in […]

The post Australian Grenache Wines – The New Attention Grabber appeared first on All About Wines and Wineries of Australia - Get Wined!.

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In our previous blog, we had discussed the cellaring potential of red wines. This time, we will throw some light on the white wines and their cellar potential. While red wines are known for their great cellaring potential most of the white wines are meant to be consumed within 1 or 2 years of their […]

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Wine aficionados may have heard about the globally-renowned Bordeaux region in France. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Malbec and Carménère are the original six red grapes that are used to produce a red Bordeaux wine. Never heard of Carménère grape? Not surprising at all – thought to be extinct once, Carménère rarely exists […]

The post Carménère Grape – A Wine Grape That Almost Went Extinct appeared first on All About Wines and Wineries of Australia - Get Wined!.

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There is a very famous misconception that wines get better with age or a improve on the extended ageing process. That's not true, not really. The truth is – ageing changes wine, not categorically improve or worsen it. How does a red wine changes over ageing? With time, the sugars, acids and tannins present in the […]

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Winemaking is not new to Tasmania. It was one of the Australian regions where vines were first planted. Yet, it remained an overlooked piece of Australian wine puzzle for years. The things have changed now, though. The hidden beauty of this most southerly of Australia's Geographical Indications has been well explored. The credit goes to […]

The post The Hidden Gems of Cool-Climate: Tasmanian Wines appeared first on All About Wines and Wineries of Australia - Get Wined!.

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If you’re a wine aficionado, chances are that you’ve probably come across the word frizzante. Or that you’ve had a vino that wasn’t as effervescent as the sparkling wines that you’re used to. This brings us to semi-sparkling variants of wines. Not many people can tell the difference between sparkling and semi-sparkling wines. This is […]

The post The Difference Between Sparkling Wines & Semi-Sparkling Wines appeared first on All About Wines and Wineries of Australia - Get Wined!.

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Rosé wines are as diverse as their counterparts, the red and white wines. Just as red or white wines can be made using a range of grapes, rosé wines too can be produced using different grapes like Grenache, Sangiovese, Tempranillo, Syrah/Shiraz, and so on. For the rest of the discussion today, we’re going to limit […]

The post Feel the Flavours of Some of the Best Rosé Wines appeared first on All About Wines and Wineries of Australia - Get Wined!.

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Just Wines Blog by Just Wines - 2w ago

A simple pizza dough recipe that can be used to make crisp or soft and lightly chewy crust, depending on the kind of flour you use. Just roll out the dough, spread with pizza sauce, sprinkle with toppings and bake to bubbly goodness! For ideas on preparing pizzas to be paired with your favourite wine, […]

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Statistics from Wine Australia, the authority of the Australian government that regulates the Aussie wine industry, show that the nation’s wine exports have gone up by 16%, reaching $2.65 billion in value. This is the highest value in a decade. The volume of wine exports has gone up by 10% to 844 million litres. Advantage Australia […]

The post Rising Australian Wine Exports A Great News For The Industry appeared first on All About Wines and Wineries of Australia - Get Wined!.

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