CategoriesLatest News and Staff Musings Winemaker Interview - Peter Fraser from Yangarra Estate Winemaker interview - Louis Schofield from Worlds Apart Wines Winemaker interview - Nick Spencer of Nick Spencer Wines Discover Pet Nat the quintessential party wine Nailing our colours to the mast! Shaw + Smith Pinot Noir Workshop, Brisbane 2019 Big buttery Chardonnay Zalto Glassware Is Cabernet Sauvignon in Crisis? Is Viognier Australia's most underrated white wine grape variety? 'Struck Match' characters in Chardonnay and White Burgundy Natural and Lo-fi Wines The Shock of the New: The Rise and Rise of Jura Wine Mayer Yarra Valley 2019 release tasting notes Pinot Gris vs Pinot Grigio Winemaker Interview - Gareth Belton from Gentle Folk Wines Understanding Whole bunch fermentation with Michael Hall Tessa Brown on Whole Bunch Fermentation Minimal and sulphur free wine making by Owen Latta (Latta Vino) Assyrtiko - Discover Greek White Wine New Zealand Pinot Noir Icons Ata Rangi, Felton Road and Valli Vineyards Producer Profile - Nervi Conterno - Gattinara - Piedmont The Rise and Rise of Cru Beaujolais - The Gang of Four Domaine Prieure Roch 2018 Vintage release Pyramid Valley - New Zealand Low Sugar Wine Australia The Best Tasmanian Pinot Noir
Today we introduce you to one of this countries most intuitive and talented winemakers, Peter Fraser from Yangarra Estate in McLaren Vale.
Part of what we love at Wine Experience is finding awesome new winemakers and sharing their story and wines with our customers. We recently discovered Louis wines and they have quickly become a firm store favourite.
Dedicated to producing exceptional, handcrafted wines that honour the New South Wales landscape.
Pet Nat wines are all the rage, once a rustic fringe wine for diehard natural wine lovers and peasant farmers, Pet Nat has hit the big time!
Welcome to our new website - the independent wine store of the future
We Love Pinot Noir - Scott's notes from the Shaw + Smith Pinot Noir Workshop, Brisbane 2019
Can you help me? I just want a nice buttery Chardonnay.....
Zalto Glasses are simply the best wine glass on the market and a must for all wine lovers!
Is Cabernet in Crisis? Is it time to give Merlot more respect? Is Cabernet Franc a star or just a bit player? Discuss the current climate for Bordeaux varieties in Australia.
Is Viognier Australia's most underrated white wine grape variety?
'Struck Match' characters in Chardonnay and White Burgundy - Human or Divine Intervention?
The term "Natural Wine" is thrown around a lot these days, but what does it mean?
Jura... "the greatest wine region on planet earth"?
Here are our thoughts on the new totally inspiring wines from Timo Mayers 2019 release.
With so many grape varieties out there, you can be forgiven for being a little confused about the difference between Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio. It's a question we get asked a lot instore. So what is the difference?
Continuing our project to interview as many great Australian winemakers as possible, today we want to introduce everyone to the very special wines of Gentle Folk in Adelaide's Basket Ranges. And introduce their creator, Gareth Belton.
Today we wanted to help you understand one of the wine worlds hot topics, whole bunch fermentation. It's a complex subject and we are definitely seeing more and more winemakers experimenting with this ancient technique.
There is so much to learn when evaluating fine wines. And like listening to fine classical music there is so much more enjoyment if you understand the underlying structure and technique behind the music.
Winemaker Owen Latta from Latta Vino is arguably the master of minimal sulphur or sulphur free winemaking in Australia. We are lucky enough today to have Owen’s personal testimony to his unique winemaking fundamentals and ethos around the subject.
The Greek white wine Assyrtiko [pronounced: A seer' tee ko] is without a doubt one of the more remarkable wine discoveries we have had the pleasure of encountering recently.
These iconic producers have firmly positioned themselves at the peak of quality New Zealand Pinot Noir and offer a seriously stunning lineup of wines that belong in any Pinot lover’s cellar.
While writing this, I am drinking/tasting Nervi Conterno's Gattinara 2017. It is a beautiful, hauntingly delicate Nebbiolo with all the finesse you'd expect from Roberto Conterno and this high elevation mountainous region, albeit with a touch more sweet fruit in the warmer 2017 season, which makes it irresistible to drink even now.
So we hope this blog inspires you to rediscover this beautiful region and its impressive wines, as interpreted by some of the best winemakers in France. Enjoy.
The Domaine was established in 1998 by one of Burgundy’s most notable names, Mr Henri Roch who was also the co-director of Domaine de la Romanée Conti & the grandson of the legendary Henri Leroy. 2018 is truly a red wine vintage at Domaine Prieuré Roch.
“You may think you know New Zealand wines but I can assure you that until you have tasted Pyramid Valley, you have no idea. The results speak for themselves: astonishingly good, terroir-expressive wines that will challenge all your preconceptions.” Lisa Perrotti-Brown, The Wine Advocate.
Many wine lovers around Australia and the world are looking to reduce their sugar intake, but still love a glass of wine. When thinking about sugar content and calories, the key term is ‘Residual Sugar’ or RS. It’s a term used in the wine industry to measure the sugar content and thus sweetness of wine and is expressed in grams per litre (g/L).
Accounting for just over 1% of Australia's total wine production, Tasmania is the tiny but mighty hotspot for ultra-premium wines. Naturally pristine, with a truly cool climate, dry Autumns and days with extended sunlight hours, Tasmania has ideal conditions for high-quality wines. It has garnered a reputation for producing exceptional wines in a very short period