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TERMS & CONDITIONS
THE INDEPENDENT DRINKS JOURNAL
New Zealand Winemaker of the Year 2022
MEET THE WINNERS
Wines of Galicia: Godello & Mencía
BY TOM KLINE
Tasting Australia 2022
Q&A WITH DRINKS CURATOR NICK STOCK
BY AMY NORTHCOTT
Between Two Worlds: Kuitpo, Adelaide Hills
BY AMY NORTHCOTT
Bird On A Wire’s Caroline Mooney
BY Brendan Black
Q&A with Andy Crestani of Pipeclay Pumphouse
BY MILLIE HOSIE
Sacred Sites: Braemore Vineyard
BY toni paterson mw
Wine Drive: Hawke’s Bay
BY Simone Madden-Grey
Curating the Canberra District
BY MARCUS BEST
48 Hours in Launceston
BY cassandra charlick
A Weekend in the Yarra Valley
GOURMET TRAVELLER WINE PROMOTION
A Taste Of The Barrio
SEASONAL recipes FROM BYRON BAY'S BARRIO EATERY + BAR
wine matches FROM PETER BOURNE
What to Drink With Soya Beans
BY PETER BOURNE
Top 12 Grüner Veltliners
BY DOM SWEENEY & CSILLA SWAIN
Panel Tasting: EDEN VALLEY & GREAT SOUTHERN RIESLING
BY Nick Bulleid MW
Best Buy Wines
Top 60 New Release Wines
Skin In The Game
Green gauge | DANIEL HONAN
It might seem like a bold move to switch off the synthetics, but Angus Vinden and others like him with an eye on the future are fortifying Australia’s winemaking for years to come.
Drawing a Blanc
VARIETY SPOTLIGHT | ANGUS HUGHSON
Spare a thought for poor old sauvignon blanc, whipping boy for wine enthusiasts who dismiss the grape’s merits and ignore premium examples made here and overseas.
Best of Baijiu
SPIRIT GUIDE | tony plowman
This ancient clear spirit from China is big business and, with ABV levels reaching 65%, a big drink. Here’s a discerning guide.
Burgundy & Beyond
IMPORTS TO WATCH | NICK STOCK
The future looks bright for lovers all of things Burgundy, Barolo and Champagne.
CRAFT BEER | julian tompkin
Notoriously hard to get right, these hemp-based beers were two years in development. Prepare to have your mind altered.
imports | ANGUS HUGHSON
There’s more to Spain than Rioja and Sherry, with a number of wine regions rediscovering indigenous grapes, many of which were thought lost to history.
The Tail End
OBSERVATIONS | Andrew Caillard MW
Forget the naysayers, the story of Casella’s extraordinarily successful Yellow Tail label is ripe for retelling in a canon of Australian wine.
LAST WORD | Morris Gleitzman
Can Trumpian taste buds determine the real flavour of anything anymore?
Ellie Ash of Lagoon Dining & Gospel Distillery
SOMMELIER'S CHOICE | BY AMY NORTHCOTT
As a child it wasn’t the presents that got Ellie Ash excited about her birthday, but the restaurant where she’d end up celebrating it – so you could say it was clear a career in wine and food was on the cards.
Off The Press
COMPILED BY AMY NORTHCOTT & dom sweeney
Find out the latest in the wine and food world, including openings in Tasmania, McLaren Vale, the Adelaide Hills, Hunter Valley and Sydney along with new releases from Lyre's and Brookie's.
Q&A | JANE SKILTON
BY AMY NORTHCOTT
Meet the Maker – Courtney Sang of Obsidian Wines
OFF THE PRESS | AMY NORTHCOTT
GT WINE spoke with Courtney Sang, Assistant Winemaker and Vineyard Supervisor at Obsidian Wines in New Zealand's Waiheke.
From Refugee to Sommelier
OFF THE PRESS | AMY NORTHCOTT & DOM SWEENEY
Follow the true story of Zimbabwe’s first ever wine tasting team with the new documentary
. We spoke exclusively with the directors and cast.
Food And Sake – The Perfect Union
OFF THE PRESS | YUKINO OCHIAI
With interest in sake increasing around the country, we’ve called on renowned sake expert Yukino Ochiai of Deja Vu Sake to help us understand this beverage in all its guises. Here is her regular column to feature in GT WINE. Kampai!
Lake George Winery Pays Homage To Dr Edgar Riek
OFF THE PRESS | MARCUS BEST
Canberra District’s Lake George Winery has released a special fortified called Edgar’s Press, in honour of Canberra pioneering vigneron, the late Dr Edgar Riek.
Test Your Knowledge
OFF THE PRESS | COMPILED BY ELLIS VAN DER WULP
Think you know your wine? Take our GT WINE Quiz to see how you shape up!
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