Back in the mid-1990s when I spent several months working in Brisbane, Queensland wine was rarely seen on a wine list there. Even the locals used to have a bit of a chuckle about it often saying that “it was too hot there to be able to make decent wine”. Whereas, in fact the Granite Belt at 700-1,200 metres above sea level is some of the highest altitude wine country in Australia. Read More...
Friday, February 10, 2017