The Vintner's Letters by Peter McAra
The Vintner's Lettersdetails the early years of pioneering Hunter Valley winegrower and maker Maurice O'Shea, first studying oenology in France, and later on his return to Australia, where he made some of our greatest wines »Tasting notes - Stonehurst Cedar Creek (NSW)
Stonehurst Cedar Creek is committed to sustainable agriculture. The vines are grown on organic principles, no insecticides or pesticides are used. All vines are hand pruned in winter, and all fruit is hand picked in summer. The result of this labour of love – award winning wines! Read their tasting notes here »Is "terroir" relevant to The Hunter Valley?
There is no single word in English that captures the full extent of the meaning in the French word "terroir". Robin Tedder, MW, looks at the concept of "terroir" in the Hunter Valley.Handbook for Sydney foodies
The Foodies Guide to Sydney 2009 lists more than 450 butchers, bakers, food stores and chocolate makers, in fact, all the great culinary delights of the harbour city are crammed into this guide.Cooking in the vines (Hunter Valley)
Dining in the vines takes on a whole new dimension when you have to cook it yourself. A Kellyville-based cooking school is taking its mobile kitchens to the Hunter Valley this summer, with the first class based at the Waverley Estate in the Hunter Valley.