It's come a long way from its roots, but this adaptable and versatile grape is the ideal variety to take on Australia’s equally variable wine-growing conditions.

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What makes a winner? How we judge the best of 2018

The Vintage Cellars Best of Awards is an annual celebration of the year’s best wines, beers and spirits. 2018 marks the ninth edition of the Vintage …

Who Won the 2018 Winemaker of the Year?

We’re happy to announce that the Adelaide Hills winemaker, Kim Milne, MW from Bird in Hand is Vintage Cellars’ 2018 Winemaker of the Year, also winni…

Matching Australian-made drinks to Australian Flavours

Australia is renowned for its quality produce; from our bush tucker to our food basket regions, we are the lucky country when it comes to the unique …

A spotlight on Chardonnay: What makes it so special?

Chardonnay is the most planted grape in the world, and for good reason. It’s the backbone of many sparkling wines, and in a glass of chardonnay itsel…

Celebrating 'Open That Bottle Night’

The Ultimate Wine Lovers' Event: Celebrating Open That Bottle Night

Lighter Shades of Red for Summer

While white wines are traditionally associated with warmer weather, particular red wines can be enjoyed all the way through summer. The idea that it …

Celebrating Chinese New Year in Style

During the second new moon, generally between late January and mid-February, Chinese New Year (also known as the Spring Festival) is celebrated aroun…

Discover the Shades of Summer

One of the first things you notice when you pour a glass of wine – before you even have a chance to smell or taste it – is its colour. From light hue…

Why is Champagne the Drink of Celebration?

From ‘christening’ ships to toasting in the New Year, champagne has become synonymous with celebration.