Australia’s first families of wine (A$70)

When 11 of Australia’s oldest and most respected family-owned wineries bring their multi-generational stories together, you know the result will be something special. This is a fascinating insight into the transformation of Australian winemaking over six generations, and a worthy celebration of AFFW’s 10-year anniversary.
Australian Wine & Wineries 2020 (A$30)

This is the definitive handbook for anyone interested in Australian wine from GT WINE contributor Jeremy Oliver. Need to know which upcoming Australian wines to add to your wishlist? Want to better understand the winemaking process, or how to get the best out of your cellar?
Warren Randall  of Seppeltsfield.
Venetian Republic (A$50)

Few people are better placed to explore Venice’s unique food and wine culture than writer, chef and restaurateur Nino Zoccali, who shares recipes from the Veneto, Adriatic Croatia and the Greek Islands. This cook book showcases a delicious new perspective on this magnificent region.
The Rock Oyster Guide (A$40)

Appellation is a term widely used in the wine industry, but the same rules apply to rock oysters, which are endemic to 13 estuaries on the NSW coast. John Susman and Anthony Huckstep penned this ultimate guide which details everything from husbandry, seasonality, sustainability, storage, up to how to handle and open the mollusc. A must-have book for any oyster lover.
Warren Randall  of Seppeltsfield.