More delicate than most red wines with more body and intensity than most whites – rosé fills the gap providing refreshment, texture and enjoyment at both ends of the sweetness spectrum, writes Lisa Johnston.
There are some young guns striving to make us take a fresh look at Barossa Valley shiraz, writes Lisa Johnston. Get set to see wines more elegantly structured and purer in fruit, each with a different story to tell.
Yalumba’s pioneering work with Viognier in Australia has been ongoing since the first vines were planted in 1981. From there, Viognier spread rather rapidly across Australia with 1451 hectares planted by 2010. Lisa Johnson talks about the resurgence of Viognier and offers her favourite four drops.
Pinot Noir is one of the most elegant of red wines. The best have silky sensuous tannins but have the acid to keep everything fresh and lively. They will also have complexity to their depths. Lisa Johnston discusses why we are spoiled for choice in Australia.
There is so much to love about Tasmania; stunning scenery, a gourmand’s paradise, a relaxed pace….and some of the best wine in the world. Lisa Johnson shares her tips on some of the best Tasmanian drops.
As the weather heats up, there is nothing quite like a chilled glass of wine to keep you from getting hot under the collar. Lisa Johnston shares her top five picks for the warmer season.