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.NSW – Hunter Valley – The Hunter offers a range of new attractions
The Hunter Valley is one of Australia's oldest wine growing regions – vines were first planted here in the 1830s – and one of the most visited. This itinerary takes in some of the Hunter's newest attractions »The Hunter Valley: interview with the late Len Evans
Len Evans, who died in 2006 aged 76, was one of Australia's greatest wine ambassadors. A vineyard owner for 27 years, he was the author of the first reference book on Australian wine, and brought panache to Australia's wine world. In this archived interview on the development of the Hunter Valley he talks about his hopes for one of Australia's first and greatest wine regions.