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Halliday magazine takes a unique approach to wine, food and travel each issue, featuring engaging articles from some of the most experienced people in the wine industry, including Halliday Wine Companion founder James Halliday. Other regular contributors include Campbell Mattinson, Tyson Stelzer, Jane Faulkner, Jeni Port, Patrick Haddock and Dave Brookes, to name a few.
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South Australia’s Coonawarra region is doing what it does best – producing some of the nation’s finest cabernet sauvignon. But as wineries embrace their heritage and evolve techniques, they are also crafting other exceptional varieties.
Cabernet sauvignon doesn’t always get the limelight, but it more than deserves to steal the show. Here, producers from around the country discuss its past, present and future.
Allan Myers is the owner of Victoria’s famed Royal Mail Hotel, which boasts an enviable collection of Burgundy and Bordeaux wines. Here, we take an exclusive look inside Allan's vast personal cellar.
The Len Evans Tutorial is arguably the most exclusive wine school in the world. Wine writer Patrick Haddock attended last November’s session and reports from the inside.
Head of Langton’s Fine Wine Auctions and winemaker at Silent Way, Tamara Grischy is an all-Australian gal. Revealing a love for Wendouree, Crawford River Riesling and Four Pillars Gin, her roots in the local industry run deep.
Thanks to a fearless band of visionary winemakers, the state of Oregon, in America’s northwest, now produces ethereal, savoury pinot noir of world-class quality.
Expert Tyson Stelzer reveals the best way to store, open and pour sparkling wine.
From a Vietnamese refugee camp to a farming community near Bendigo, the life of Lak Quach has taken a series of dramatic turns... and all roads have led to the world of wine.
The Clare and Eden Valleys both produce a wide range of exceptional wines with a true sense of place. But it was their rieslings that captivated Tyson Stelzer on a recent trip.
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