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

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Plus new gourmet garnishes, fantastic regional food and wine books and more!

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

A fabulous vineyard escape to the stylish Lakeside Villas on the Mornington Peninsula could be yours, as could fine Crittenden wine. And keeping it things Mornington, we've discovered Flavour Pearls and have some delicious gift packs on offer. Plus there are the magnificent Flavours of books for Victoria and NSW to be won along with Best's Wines commemorative book and the brand new Willunga Almonds. Great travel, wine and food prizes just for you so make sure you enter to win a vineyard escape, fine wine and great books! »

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Tasting notes: Bangor 2014 Abel Tasman Pinot Noir

From Tasmania's South East

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Bangor is a 6,200ha family-farmed property on the Forestier Peninsula in south east Tasmania. Alongside the superfine merino, prime beer and lamb are the vines that produce award-winning cool-climate wines. Each wine recognise someone significant in the region's history. Without the man gracing Bangor's premium label, the history of Tasmania could have been radically different. Here's the story story and tasting notes for Bangor's 2014 Abel Tasman Pinot Noir »


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Wine-tasting, history and a guided coastal walk at Bangor in Tasmania »

To commemorate the European discovery of Tasmania

Explore Australia's wine and food regions

The expedition of Dutch explorer Abel Tasman raised his country's flag above a rocky beach in South East Tasmania in 1642, naming it Van Diemen's Land. 374 years later to the day, we were at that very spot and tasting the first Abel Tasman Bangor Pinot Noir, made from grapes grown just across the bay. It was a perfect mix of history, wine-tasting and stunning coastal scenery »


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