If you’re reading this you’re obviously a food and wine lover, just like us! We’ve got a special offer for our Italian wine lovers, for an incredible tour to Italy in March 2017 thanks to our friends at Transair. If you’ve always wanted to travel and explore
Just because we’ve got Antarctic blasts making Melbourne feel icy cold at the moment, does not mean you can hibernate all winter long, or you’ll risk missing all the fun. The Yarra Valley turns on a different side during winter, with warm open fires, deep
Grampians lookout As convenient as it is to Melbourne, there’s far more to Victorian wine growing than the Yarra Valley. Anyone prepared to travel a little further afield will be rewarded with majestic scenery and sparsely populated pastoral regions scattered with charming little towns
March is just around the corner, and that means the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival is almost upon us. This fortnight-long celebration of all that’s great about our local food and wine scene is not to be missed for foodies and wine lovers alike.
恭禧發財 Happy Chinese New Year! It’s the Year of the Monkey, which is said to bring high energy and motivation. so why not come and monkey about with us and have some fun in the Yarra Valley, taste some red wine, and start the
1 The wine glass hold While it may be more comfortable to hold your wine glass from underneath the bottom, it is not the best for the wine, as it can affect the temperature of the wine, thus adversely changing the smell and
“Come quickly, I’m tasting stars!” cried the Benedictine monk Dom Perignon when he tasted the first results of his novel winemaking technique. Contrary to popular belief, though, Dom Perignon was not the inventor of champagne, but as cellar master at the Benedictine abbey in