Tag: australia

1847 till Today: Australia’s Wine History with Yalumba and Pewsey Vale

Pewsey Vale Eden Valley Riesling 2018, the Yalumba Y Series Viognier 2019, Yalumba Samuel's Collection Barossa Grenache Shiraz Mataro 2016, and the Yalumba Samuel's Collection Barossa Shiraz 2017

1847 was an important year in Australian wine as two things happened. First John Gilbert who moved from Britain to Australia planted Riesling and other grapes in the Eden Valley in what is known as the Pewsey Vale Vineyard.  This…

Global Wine Coalition To Host Inaugural “Wine On Earth Taste-A-Thon” On June 17

Wine On Earth Taste-A-Thon

How would you like to do a guided virtual wine tasting from the Champagne region in France or with someone in Napa Valley, California?  You can on June 17 through the “Wine on Earth Taste-A-Thon”.  Here is the press release…

Quick Review Pewsey Vale Eden Valley Single Vineyard Estate Riesling 2018

Pewsey Vale Single Vineyard Estate Eden Valley Riesling 2018 with wine in glass

The Pewsey Vale Vineyard from the Eden Valley in Australia was originally established in 1847 by Englishman Joseph Gilbert and had Riesling planted at that time. I read that their vines came from the Macarthur vineyards at Camden in New…

Recommended Wines from Around the World at VanWineFest 2020

Recommended wines from around the world during VanWineFest 2020

Although France was the theme country this year at the Vancouver International Wine Festival, there was a great contingent of wineries from around the world and from BC to pour their wines for us.  Below are wines that I enjoyed…

VanWineFest Welcomes Vine Stars From Around The Wine World And Keynote Speaker Andrew Jefford

French logo with VanWineFest logo 2020

One of the coolest things about VanWineFest is that each winery represented at the Festival has to bring a winery principal, who could be the owner or a family member, or their winemaker.  When you ask them to pour you…

Grape Give Away Helps Boost Profile of Langhorne Creek Wine Region in Australia

Australian flag

I received this article via email and I thought it was a great way for established wineries and winemakers to help out the new generation of winemakers.  This is happening now in the Langhorne Creek wine region of Australia, but…