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Australia's Best Cellar Door Awards 2022

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2021 Australian Organic Wine Awards

BY JOSH MARTIN

Making his Move: Q&A with Daniel Ricciardo

BY DOM SWEENEY

It's Time to Reconsider Off-Dry Riesling

BY tom kline

Taking on Tuscany: The Allegrini Family

BY Christina Kaigg

 A Noble Calling: Brown Brothers

BY Nicole Bilson 

Rise and Vine: Mudgee

BY Kate Symons

'Semsational' Hunter Valley Semillon

GOURMET TRAVELLER WINE PROMOTION

Santorini In Style

BY MARCUS BEST

Heathcote's Simon Osicka

BY brendan black 
TRAVEL

Wine Drive: 48 Hours in South Burnett

BY Alex mitcheson

A Day in the Barossa

GOURMET TRAVELLER WINE PROMOTION
FOOD

Chablis Charms

RECIPES FROM JASON ROBERTS AND wine matches FROM Andrea Pritzker MW

What to Drink With Pork

BY PETER BOURNE
TASTINGS

Hats Off to Mataro

12 of the best
BY DOM SWEENEY

Beaujolais Bounces Back

Panel Tasting
BY Nick Bulleid MW

Best Buy Wines

Top 60 New Release Wines

REGULARS

Less is More

At its simplest, regenerative viticulture is about giving back to the land and soil more than you take out. These Mornington Peninsula winemakers are reaping the rewards of the practice.

Spiritual Reprieve

In times of crisis, it’s not a sin to seek solace at the bottom of a glass – especially when that drink is a sublime Negroni.

Hit The Road

Home to Gage Roads and Matso’s, the Good Drinks group is in a firm position to fly the flag for independent brewers.

First Impressions

What might have seemed a fool’s errand – planting wine grapes on the other side of the world – turned out to be the first tentative steps of a world-class industry.

Everything Old is New

As wine styles fall out of fashion, so too do the regions that produce them. That could have spelled the end for Rutherglen in Victoria. But a few visionaries are rewriting this tale.

Truth Hurts

Even with a world of data at our fingertips, sometimes it’s better not knowing.

Andres Aragon of Blaq at The Kyah Boutique Hotel

After working at some of Sydney’s most famed restaurants, sommelier Andres Aragon has headed to the country, to craft the drinks list at the Blue Mountain’s Blaq Restaurant at The Kyah Boutique Hotel. 

Off The Press

Find out the latest in the wine and food world, including openings in Orange, the Hunter Valley and Barossa, along with the latest from Henschke, Champagne Deutz and Matilda Bay.

Wine Dilemmas

Q&A | JANE SKILTON

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BY AMY NORTHCOTT

Meet the Makers – Ian Jones and Shane Ferguson of Future Mountain Brewing and Blending

GT WINE spoke with Ian Jones and Shane Ferguson of Victoria's Future Mountain about their farmhouse-style brewing and their use of locally sourced ingredients from across Victoria.

Sipping Sake

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!

Baba's Jus at Baba's Place

When given a choice of drinking an unknown indigenous varietal from somewhere like Hungary or playing it safe with a Pinot Noir from France, most people would choose the latter. But a tremendously rich wine culture exists in “The Other Europe” and these lesser known wines definitely deserve some attention.

Test Your Knowledge

Think you know your wine? Take our GT WINE Quiz to see how you shape up!