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Australia's leading online wine and food travel guide – top features

We love to say WIN WINE! Especially when it's fine wine from the Barossa Valley. Elderton has opened a new cellar door and to entice you to visit we have four mixed half cases to be won. There are also the new and ultimate guide to all things whisky spirited in Tasmania and glorious books that may well prompt thoughts of big city or back to nature. Plus, a fantastic new cookbook on Moroccan cuisine. Enter now and you could win Barossa wine, Tasmanian whisky knowledge, inspiration to cook or travel or both! »

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