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Bouza: Time to Drink Uruguayan

Bouza: Time to Drink Uruguayan

Bouza (pronounced Boozer) is a small family owned producer with 35 hectars of vineyards planted over 4 separate vineyards, spread out over southern Uruguay. Yes, Uruguay! The estate was founded in 2000 by Juan and Elisa on the site of a 1940’s winery and with their single vineyard Tannat releases, have rapidly become perhaps the … Continued


Behind the Scenes at Pierro

Behind the Scenes at Pierro

Having spent two months working as a cellar hand at Pierro, Sophie Thorpe shares a little of what makes this Margaret River producer so special. Tucked away on a bend in Caves Road, it’s easy to miss Pierro. Rather like its winemaker, the winery is rustic, unassuming, with a total lack of pretension. There is … Continued


Meet the Producer: Castello dei Rampolla

Meet the Producer: Castello dei Rampolla

It’s a rare, and slightly self-indulgent , pleasure to watch the world slowly discover something beautiful you have known about and kept close for a long time; to be in the swell of a wave before it crests and crashed the shore. On the southern outskirts of Panzano, Tuscany, in the radiant Conca d’oro valley, … Continued


Meet the Producer: Pierro

Meet the Producer: Pierro

Pierro was planted in 1980 by Dr Mike Peterkin, a Roseworthy graduate who was at the time making wine for the Cullens (it was whilst there that he was the first in Australia to make a Semillon Sauvignon Blanc blend.) He intended to specialise in Riesling, however a friend who was a nurseryman had been … Continued


Meet the Producer: Ortega Ezquerro

Meet the Producer: Ortega Ezquerro

The story of Ortega Ezquerro begins with Quintín Ortega, who planted the family’s first vines back in the year 1896. At that stage, their founding father was a humble barrel-maker with ambitions, who as well as making barrels for the aging and shipping of wine, decided to go a step further by planting some vines. … Continued