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Wineries – Wine Media Conference 2019

Around Hermitage Wine and Food Trail Misty Glen Wines – Deasys Road In 2009 Vicci & Eric purchased the prospering Hunter Valley property and have since devoted their time and energy into the management of the property and it’s thriving Vineyard; working tirelessly to ensure fruit production of the highest…

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Being Organic in the Hunter Valley

Organic/ Biodynamic Wines in the Hunter Valley. Reflecting on the past 20 years of growing grapes and producing wines under the certification of Organic and Biodynamic confirms the positive outcome of looking after the soil and making the most natural wines possible! Macquariedale Organic Wines embarked on the road to…

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Sangiovese in the Hunter!

Sangiovese in the Hunter! Our Legend’s lunch this month featured white wines from Germany and reds from northern Italy, just across the border as it were. We really couldn’t think of any serious reds from Germany! The question was asked as to why it took so long for Italian reds…

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GETAWAY TRAVEL SHOW! Around Hermitage Feature

Watch our feature on Getaway … here’s to the good life! Missed tonight’s episode of Getaway? Featuring the scenic Around Hermitage cycleway with Sutton Estate Electric Bike Hire, Two Fat Blokes and Tintilla Estate. Catch up here: https://bit.ly/2VefGC5 Watch it YouTube https://youtu.be/qUBR-NDUdSg #aroundhermitage #huntervalley #tastestayplay Around Hermitage on Getaway

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On the Origin of Hunter River Semillon

On the origin of Hunter River Semillon; Bob’s Blog I recently went to the Mitchell Library in Sydney where there is an interesting exhibition called ‘Dead Central” which is an account of the Devonshire Street Cemetery that gave way to the building of Central Railway station. The cemetery opened in…

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Tyrian – A New Variety

Tyrian is a wine grape variety developed by CSIRO, producing a deep-red coloured wine with a full-bodied palate, berry fragrance and spicy fruit flavour. The name Tyrian derives from its association with colour, where it represents ‘deep purple hue’ and was chosen after extensive consultation with industry representatives and marketers.…

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