Smallfry Wines is a partnership in business and life between Suzi Hilder and Wayne Ahrens. Viticulturists bitten by the winemaking bug, the couple acquired a farm in the Barossa Valley which contained an assortment of unidentified varieties including, as they would eventually learn, Trousseau.
Following a recent taste-off between Australian and New Zealand Pinot Noirs retailing for between $30-$50, the Wine & Viticulture Journal is now seeking entries for
Vintage 2021 – observations from the AWRI helpdesk By Adrian Coulter, Ben Cordingley, Geoff Cowey, Robyn Dixon, Marcel Essling, Matt Holdstock, Mardi Longbottom, Liz Pitcher,
By Justin Cohen, Senior Marketing Scientist, Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science, University of South Australia Government restrictions on business operators introduced to curb the spread
Bumper harvest in 2021: what does it mean for growers? By Sandy Hathaway, Senior Analyst, Wine Australia The 2021 Australian winegrape crush is estimated1 to
Patritti had been working with a few alternative varieties, including Saperavi, Barbera, Arneis and Savagnin, when the availability of some so-called Tinta Amarela fruit was brought to its attention in 2012.
Australian Wine Research Institute researchers have tested the use of mid-infra-red spectroscopy as a rapid screening tool for likely smoke exposure to grapes and wine.