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  1. drron

    Best White Wine in the World.

    Goes to Tasmania.Tolpuddle Chardy from the Coal Valley. https://www.abc.net.au/radio/programs/tas-country-hour/wine-award/12927628 And the best red wine was from Georgia. https://www.hospitalitymagazine.com.au/30-best-wines-in-the-world-named/
  2. Y

    Wines from the USA

    Hi All Just a general question. I very rarely see any wines from the USA available for sale in Australia. Does anybody know of a retailer that does have a good selection? If not does anyone know why we don’t get many to choose from here? Is it just too expensive to import or is there a general...
  3. D

    Which wine goes well with pecorino cheese?

    Hey guys, have brought some pecorino cheese from cheesery. Wondering which wine goes well with it. 1. Chardonnay 2. Merlot 3. Cabernet Sauvignon 4. Pinot Noir 5. Other. Thanks.
  4. Gold Member

    Cellarmasters - 40.00% Cashback ( Capped at $50.00 )

    I’ve never shopped there myself but I’m sure some of you have could make this cash back work combined with some of their clearance items. The terms don’t specify a start or end time/date but it appears to be for today only just going by some of the language. If you’re new to the cashback game...
  5. support

    TWE CellarDoor Discussion & Invites

    For the ongoing discussion of all things by TWE CellarDoor, including invites* when they become active, please post in this thread. *An invite to CellarDoor is not viewed in the same light as a referral as there is no direct benefit gained by the referrer in signing up all their friends.
  6. BrockF

    Qantas Wine Issues

    Has anybody else been experiencing repeated failures from Qantas Wine lately? I placed an order on the 20th of September for a 6 pack of wine that was not delivered. Tracking indicated it had been delivered and claim was raised with Auspost and emails sent to Qantas Wine Customer Service...
  7. P

    Selling am expensive bottle of plonk?

    Mod; No response in general wine news thread so posting a thread to hopefully get an answer... Hi all, Is there an existing thread on Selling expensive bottles of wine? ie. How, where and when.... commissions..... I would like to know the process if I am in the position to sell a "considered"...
  8. HokitikaGold

    The bottle thread......

    Aloha all :) Still learning this site, so please be gentle. I used to be an avid flyer, but COVID has killed that for now. I know that this forum has many wine people. I am an unskilled wine aficionado, but amongst my quirks is admiration of the bottles themselves. Does anyone else have strong...
  9. Y

    Anyone used the Coravin Model 3?

    I do not have a coravin yet but am going to buy either a model 2 or a model 3. I know the model 3 is only new but before I bit the bullet and ordered one was curious if anyone had used one or could compare it to the Model 2. Thanks
  10. RooFlyer

    Stalin's Wine Cellar

    Has anyone read this? Featured in the Weekend Oz's magazine https://www.penguin.com.au/books/stalins-wine-cellar-9781760893132
  11. Doctore1003

    Card Promotions Qantas Amex Ultimate: 80k Qantas Points & $100 wine credit (until 3/9/20)

    Receive 80,000 bonus Qantas Points and get $100 back when you spend $150 or more at Qantas Wine when you apply for this card by 3 September 2020, are approved and spend $3,000 or more on the card within the first 3 months (new Card Members only). Annual fee: $450 (you get that back as a $450...
  12. CaptJCool

    What’s in a bottle? Mystery

    Ok everyone Had this inherited Vintage Port to which I can’t find any references aside it’s a defunct McLaren Vale winery bought by Torresan Estate. About Us | Torresan Estate Which dares it some 45 plus years.... Label photo attached... Any info appreciated
  13. RooFlyer

    How many of this global top 50 vineyards have you visited?

    World's best vineyards 2020. (Just ignore that its sponsored by Sonoma vineyards ;) ) Good to see Valle de Uco up there ...@JohnM will like that! 6 for me: Robert Mondavi (5) Opus One (20) Bodegas Salentein (23) Penfolds (24) Henschke (25) d'Arenburg (34)
  14. tinkybelle

    Free Have $75 of 300 brokenwood voucher

    from citi if anyone wants it
  15. RooFlyer

    Not water into wine, but still pretty clever

    Well done: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-07-02/beer-turned-into-whisky-due-to-excess-beer-supply-due-to-covid19/12410850
  16. get me outta here

    Considering first and one off Virgin Wines Order.

    Can I just sign up for only one delivery and then cancel? Do they still have gift vouchers, if so would anyone have one? there’s a 3000 VA points for $99. I would consider it with a gift voucher if one is around. Thanks
  17. E

    Sour Beers

    This might not be a thread for everyone, but have recently acquired the sour beers as of recent. Anyone else here enjoy the taste? I'm really liking the stuff that colonial brewing co. produces... whats everyones favorites here? Would love to explore different brands
  18. Daver6

    QF wine are hopeless

    How is QF wine ever profitable?! They constantly stuff up orders. Either send the wrong wine or deliveries just don't turn up. A few times they wine never turns up and then when it comes to replacing it they're inevitably out of stock, which is super annoying. I know I'm not the only one to...
  19. jmphoto

    Member Offers Rymill Coonawarra - Exclusive AFF 25% Off EOFY Sale - FLYER

    Don't let the tax-man and your accountant have all the fun at the end of June. Use code FLYER at checkout on our End of Financial Year collection wines, and save a minimum of 25%. Biggest bargain is the 2012 Classic Shiraz, RRP of $32, on sale at $28, plus 25% off is just $22.40, 2014 Classic...
  20. S

    Can anyone recommend a hot wine for cellaring?

    I know you can spend $100 now for a good wine, cellar it and in 10 years it will be a magnificent wine. Are there any far cheaper wines say $30 that after years of cellaring will be absolutely out of this world?