Category: Wine related products

Wine Australia is this coming weekend in Sydney and with hundreds of exhibitors, even those of us who are going on all four days will probably not get to see all the producers on show. With that in mind, here are ten producers that caught my eye and that I think are worth taking a […]

If you’ve visited the site over the past couple of weeks, you would have noticed that I was trialling limited Google Ads on some pages. There were a number of things that I didn’t really like about the Google ads. Primarily that I had no real control over what companies were promoted via the ads. […]

Just a quick note to mention that one of my favourite writers on Australian wine, Campbell Mattinson seems to have started a free blog to go along with his excellent monthly subscription newsletter Winefront Monthly. You can view the blog here and if you like his writing, I can highly recommend subscribing to the newsletter […]

Dr Vino’s Wine Blog hosts Wine Blogging Wednesday #18 with a theme that asks us to talk about a wine store that “feels the love”. For those readers who aren’t familiar with Wine Blogging Wednesday, it is a monthly event started by Lenn from Lenndevours that is hosted by a member of the wine blogging […]

Just a quick post to plug what I consider to be a fantastic (and free!) service. Cellartracker is an extensive online cellar management system, with the main differentiator between this and other products being that you share alot of information with other users of the system. So if someone else writes a tasting note on […]

Yesterday I decided to do a bit of quick informal research into how many screwcap and cork sealed wines are available to consumers. There are figures published for how many Australian wines are sealed under each, but they tend to be skewed since they take into account volume and so wineries producing millions of cases […]