Halliday Wine Companion Magazine

Halliday Wine Companion magazine offers a uniquely approachable take on wine, food and travel.

Published six times a year, the magazine features articles by James (who better to explain what to look for in wine than the great man himself?), the most sought-after wine reviews (100 new release tasting notes in every issue), travel features through the great wine regions of the world, plus amazing recipes and wine matches.

Our editor is Amelia Ball, a journalist with many years experience working in wine and liquor publishing. Amelia works alongside deputy editor Casey Warrener and commercial editor Carlie Trotter. Together, Amelia, Casey and Carlie are able to indulge their passions for wine, food and travel, while telling the stories of the people and personalities who make the magic happen.

  • Issue #38 – on sale from Friday, January 5

      

    Which wines will excite you the most this year? What drinks will become your new favourites?

    For the first edition of the new year, we did some crystal-ball gazing to determine the top drink predictions for the next 12 months. Even if you're a creature of habit when it comes to wine and tend to shun the trends, a dynamic scene lies ahead. Wine quality is constantly improving across the country, producers are making styles their own, regionality is shining through, and us wine lovers have more quality options to choose from than ever before. Our 2018 hit list leaves no doubt we're in for another year of great drinking. 

    Also in this issue, Dave Brookes examines the whole-bunch winemaking process, James Halliday gets excited about grenache, and David Sly looks at the rise of Mediterranean-style wines. Plus, we meet Margaret River winemaker Josephine Perry, and also match wines to some jaw-stretching burgers with a clean, green twist. 

    For anyone keen to plan a break this year, we take a trip to the New South Wales' Hilltops as well as Heathcote in Victoria, and head further afield to Scotland's famed Speyside region. In each case, we talk to some of the best producers and outline some highlights to inspire a little wanderlust. 

    For those of you feeling strapped after the holidays, we've also included a handy guide to almost 80 wines priced $30 or less to help kick off your new year of sensational drinking. 

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