WINERY BLOG

22Mar2018

What Makes Geelong’s Signature Pinot Noir So Special?

If you love wine then you probably have Pinot Noir high on the list of your favorite profiles. Whether you are a true connoisseur or you simply just like wine and know nothing about profiles, there is no denying how easy it is to appreciate a nice glass of pinot. When it comes to Australian… […]

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21Mar2018

Geelong and Chardonnay

Geelong is well known for the many vineyards and wine selection dating back during Victoria Gold Rush in the 1800s. One well-known variety is the chardonnay. This grape has been used to make wines for decades with many people loving the different flavours it brings. The green-skinned grape used in making white wine and sparkling wine. Chardonnay has… […]

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18Mar2018

Ballerine Winery Trail

Wine lovers alike? If you are, you must have heard about wine tours and how amazing they are and how much fun people have on them. Well you should know about the most amazing one. Our wine tour to The Bellarine winery trail. Breathe in the fresh air of the ocean while touring the Bellarine… […]

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08Mar2018

History of Geelong

Wineries Many people think of Australian wines as part of a new wave, which came from nowhere and challenged the old order. What they don’t realize is that many parts of Australia actually have a long and noble wine producing heritage. One of these regions is Geelong, in Victoria, which first started producing wine during the Victorian Gold… […]

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20Feb2018

What Makes Australian Wines Unique

Australia is undoubtedly one of the world powers of wine. The wine industry of Australia is perhaps the most technologically advanced on earth, and the success of Australian wines around the world is the envy of wine producers in many countries. Australia has no native vines. Vinifera (wine making) grapevines came to the country in… […]

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18Sep2017

2018 winemaker of the year | Paul Hotker

For the 2018 winemaker of the year, what do cherry ripes, socks and jocks, Langhorne Creek and polished turds all have to do with it? It never gets old being invited to trade events, even though after 25 years of living and breathing this great tasting industry there are always those special invites where you get… […]

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