This Margaret River stalwart has never been better
After judging the Swan Valley Wine Show, wine editor Ray Jordan was mighty excited. But don’t just take his word for it, here are three drops from the show to try at home.
Fans of a drop should look away now... thousands of bottles of wine, some of them decades old, have been destroyed in a Bibra Lake warehouse fire.
The challenge was to find suitable wines to match with akoya. The more fundamental challenge was to see what a seafood I had never heard of, let alone crossed my palate, tasted like.
When I heard that the classic Aussie label was making a reappearance, my old heart skipped a beat.
This year’s Perth Wine Show was another triumph for West Australian wines.
Australian winemakers fear they could be hit with a huge tariff hike if China’s anti-dumping probe goes against them.
The West Australian’s wine editor Ray Jordan has fired back at chief reporter Ben Harvey’s rant about wine wankery — and like a good white wine — his response is crisp, dry and packs a punch.
You may not know the name, but every now and then this little producer on Metricup Road pops up with a gold medal.
One of the great joys in life is drinking a mature wine where the passage of time has worked its magic.
It took a little while for the variety to take hold but once consumers and winemakers realised what they had and how good it could be, the number of straight and blended tempranillos started to grow.
French wine producer Pernod Ricard has gone back to the future with a decision to rebrand two well-known Jacob’s Creek wines to their original name.
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