Monthly Archives: August 2011

Pertaringa unveils its McLaren Vale tannat and aglianico

Some less common (in South Australia) varietals came to my attention recently so I had to get hold of some and see what it was like. Thanks to wineries like Pertaringa our taste buds will never be doomed to monotony! … Continue reading

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Superb and surprising Australasian tasting at Fassina!

How lucky am I that I live so close to Fassina Liquor in Somerton Park, Adelaide! They have one great wine-tasting event after another – see for example the mid-winter d’Arenberg tasting showcasing some of McLaren Vale’s best and from … Continue reading

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Tigs talks to wine marketing guru Dr Steve Goodman

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Dr Steve Goodman of the University of Adelaide Business School for the Wine2030 network. The full article can be viewed at Tigs talks to wine industry and wine marketing guru Dr Steve Goodman. … Continue reading

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Coriole releases at the zoo!

On 4 August 2011 I was delighted to be invited along to the release of several new Coriole wines, a winery renowned (in my experience at least) for its interesting varietals – I am a fan of their fiano and … Continue reading

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