Sky is no limit for high-altitude wine blend

An Australian winery has taken tailoring products to suit its target market to new heights.    By Andrew Spence / 6th of March, 2017 St Hallett Wines in South Australia’s Barossa Valley has released a Shiraz blend specifically designed to be sipped in the high-altitude cabins of passenger aircrafts. Plans are also in place to not only serve The Duo at altitude but to also … Continue reading Sky is no limit for high-altitude wine blend

Langhorne Creek Cabernet wins leading Australasian wine award by Andrew Spence

A CABERNET Sauvignon from Langhorne Creek in South Australia has topped a field of 10,000 wines from Australia and New Zealand to be named Winestate Wine of the Year 2016. The award, presented to Lake Breeze Wines for its Arthur’s Reserve Langhorne Creek Cabernet Petit Verdot Malbec 2012 yesterday in Adelaide, is the second time the South Australian winery has taken out the award after winning in … Continue reading Langhorne Creek Cabernet wins leading Australasian wine award by Andrew Spence