Australia's leading online wine and food travel guide – top features

It's winter in wine country – time for snuggling, log fires, feasting and warming wines »

And lots of winterfests to enjoy around Australia and NZ

Australia's leading online wine and food travel guide – top features

Yay it's winter – love it or hate it, it's time to beat those winter blues with some great wines and food, winter wine weekends and lots more. Check out where to find them here »

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Tasting notes: Nocton Wines (Tas) »

Cool climate wine from the Coal River Valley

Nocton Vineyard was planted in 1999 in the Coal River Valley, in South East Tasmania. The vines grow from dolerite-based soils over a free-draining calcareous and Triassic sandstone subsoil with limestone running through the valley. It's this combination that Nocton believes imparts the great depth of colour and much of the character and texture typically displayed in their wines. Here are tasting notes for their current range of wines »

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Tips from a travelling Tasmanian – convict history, food and wine »

The island state has an abundance of all!

Explore Australia's wine and food regions

World Heritage listing together with knowledgeable and engaging tour guides have made visiting convict sites more alive with stories of people past. Of course, one needs sustenance whilst absorbing all this history (and the wonderful views from many sites) so just as well the island state has plenty of fabulous food and beverage on hand. Here are some recent historic and culinary highlights experienced in Tasmania »

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Explore the Whicher Ridge Wine Sensory Garden in Margaret River »

Where a garden wander can inspire food and wine matching

Seasonal gems from our website

Imagine wandering into a garden full of plants of all colours, sizes and textures, gently moving in the breeze with a myriad of tantalising smells wafting through the air. Imagine too this garden suddenly giving you inspiration for what to dish up with your favourite wine »

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