Tag: wine

Baily & Baily Launch a HUGE new bottle of wine

While brilliant events happen every day in Melbourne and Sydney, sometimes on a cold and wet night you just want to stay home with some great friends for a board game, some tasty food and a glass of wine (or…

Explore Pinot Masterclass and Lunch

Imagine life with a personal sommelier. No more wandering the aisles of Dan Murphy’s selecting wine based purely on label aesthetics, or wondering which $20 bottle of shiraz will get you the best bang for your buck. No more doosey…

Pinot Palooza – The Wine Lover’s Paradise

Wine lovers, get ready for the Christmas of wine, as Pinot Palooza comes to Melbourne this Saturday! Pinot Palooza is back, and it’s bigger and better than ever before! Over 100 styles of Pinot will be on display from top…

Barringwood wines at VIN Diemen festival

VIN Diemen – Tasmania’s Finest Wines come to Melbourne

On a surprisingly warm and sunny Melbourne day, my Plus One and I headed to Pure South Dining to experience the VIN Diemen festival for wine and fun. The festival is a showcase of Tasmania’s fine wines and culinary delights. We were…

A Deliciously, Fruity, Pinot Affair in Geelong

If there are two people who are perfect to send to a Pinot Noir festival – it’s two ladies whose drinks of choice are a glass of moscato or an espresso martini. If we were going to find our perfect…

Urban Wine Walk in Richmond

On a beautiful Saturday afternoon we were treated to a day out at Urban Wine Walk in Richmond,  Melbourne. A new concept and one not done in Melbourne before, the Urban Wine Walk was a self-guided tour of some of Richmond’s…

White Mojo comes to Glen Waverley

The Kingsway café and dining scene is about to get a lot more exciting with the addition of White Mojo Plus+.  With successful cafés at Balwyn and the CBD, the lucky folks at Glen Waverley have been blessed with the…

Devil’s Corner Comes To St Jerome The Hotel

Devil’s Corner is a well known Tasmanian vineyard – well known for its gorgeous backdrop by the Hazards Mountains (one and a half hours from Hobart) along with its equally gorgeous wines. Its trademark are wines that are fresh, fruity…

Cellarmasters’ Meet The Makers Wine Tasting

Twenty of Australia’s best wine makers gathered on a cold, wet Melbourne evening to serve up their winning wines at the annual Cellarmasters’ Meet the Makers event in the Docklands. Unlike many other wine tastings, Meet the Makers did not focus…

CHE, Melbourne’s best Peruvian Charcoal Chicken

CHE is the third instalment for executive chef Alejandro Saravia and his team, who are behind city establishments San Telmo and Pastuso. Whilst his latest offering it is a much more casual endeavour, the simple menu does not compromise on…