High-quality imported wines need not be super expensive.
Move over, rosé. The biggest spring wine trend will be a low-alcohol drop made from leftover grape skins.
Alcohol plays a crucial role in giving the wine body and presence and satisfaction on the tongue.
Here are three affordable wines from iconic wineries that really over-deliver.
Vermouth is finally having its moment in Australia with local winemakers and distillers shifting it from a mixer and afterthought, to premium home bar must-have.
Sauvignon blanc accounts for about 80 per cent of all wine produced in New Zealand, but there's much more to the story.
With a retail price of $275, a 99-point wine has helped propel the Victorian winery to the summit of this year's 52 Top Wineries list.
With wine once destined for China hitting the market in coming months, it might be another bonanza for bargain booze hunters.
The Barossa Valley is our most famous wine region – a place whose name is synonymous with dark, rich, ripe, voluptuous shiraz wines.
Fresh, light, young and uncomplicated, prosecco originated in north-eastern Italy and took over the world.