As some of you may know from my adventures on social media, I have recently got back from a trip to Tasmania. The wineries of Tasmania have long been on my wine travel bucket list. Why? Because for one, everyone I know who has visited Tassie (this is what the locals call Tasmania) has loved it. And secondly, I love my Sparkling Wine and Chardonnay – which is what this cool-climate grape-growing area does very well. Plus I am also quite partial to my Pinot Noir which they do equally well. Continue reading
The Albany Wine and Food Festival was the perfect way to spend a Saturday in April. The weather and backdrop were gorgeous, the people delightful and the wine and food were just AMAZING! Continue reading
Welcome to #CityWine, Perth’s own Winter Wine Festival.
As a part of Taste Great Southern, I was invited to attend a number of wine-focused events, but it also meant that I had some time to go off exploring.
I was hungry for Albany produce and local wine and I wanted an equally gorgeous setting, which, let’s be honest, isn’t that hard when you’re based in Albany. Continue reading
For eleven days during April, the Great Southern in Western Australia was celebrated, and I was a part of this fabulous celebration of wine and food.
One of the celebrations of wine and food was the Galafrey Long Table Lunch, held at the Galafrey winery in the town of Mount Barker, about 4 hours South of Perth and 40 minutes North of Albany. Continue reading