Coonawarra toasts new patron
A 40-year commitment to promoting Coonawarra and viticulture in the Limestone Coast has seen vigneron Doug Balnaves bestowed with the prestigious title ‘Patron of Coonawarra’ »2013 South Australian Rural Woman of the Year is winemaker Anna Hooper
Anna Hooper, a winemaker dedicated to science and the environment who was instrumental in developing the state's first certified dynamic wine range has been awarded 2013 South Australian Rural Woman of the Year »The Good Life – vines by the sea »
Robe is a small village tucked away on South Australia's rugged Limestone Coast. From Australia's busiest port in the 1850s, to seaside health resort, home of one of the world's oldest surfing competition, it's now home to some fine wines. South Australia – Coonawarra – a different day's tasting
In part 1 of an extract from Almost an Island: The story of Robe, Liz Harfull talks about Robe’s growing reputation for fine wines influenced by the sea »
Coonawarra is a place of pilgrimage for wine lovers from around the world. There are several iconic spots on every visitor's itinerary but here's an alternative itinerary taking in some less well-known gems »Trans-Tasman tussle for trophy
There is one wine trophy that stands above the rest in just about all categories: height, weight, nice design, history, longevity, importance, recognition ... and it's not the Max Crus trophy.