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Winestate Magazine

WOYA/Annual Edition 2019

Launched in 1978, Winestate is one of the world’s longest running wine magazines, featuring over 140 pages on all things vinous from around the globe. Winestate tastes and rates over 10,000 wines a year, making Winestate the leading authority on Australian and New Zealand wines.

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editorial

WELCOME TO OUR BLOCKBUSTER WINESTATE ANNUAL BUYING GUIDE. Here we show all those wines that have achieved four stars or higher throughout the year. It is a massive list, all judged blind, reflecting the world class level that Australian and New Zealand wines have achieved. If that is not enough we have combined our Winestate Wine of the Year Awards into this issue also. This is effectively a Trophy judging where we re-judge the best, to come up with the top five wines in 14 categories, from these we pick our top award for Australia and New Zealand.This year our Australasian Wine of the Year went to a Kiwi beauty from Villa Maria who excelled with other varieties also and takes the title for most successful winery overall this year.…

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briefs

TARRANGO BACK IN THE MIXONCE the biggest selling red wine by volume in the United Kingdom, Brown Brothers Tarrango is now lurking in the doldrums. The first Australian-born grape developed by the CSIRO is no longer sold domestically by the company that commercialised it, Brown Brothers, but that’s about to change. This summer tarrango will be re-introduced to the Australian wine market as a rose. “I’m very passionate about making sure that it keeps going,” says Brown Brothers winemaker Katherine Brown. “We were looking at trends and where this variety might work. Demand isn’t high for it at the moment but demand is for rose.” The 2018 Tarrango Rose will make its debut this summer, and is made in a Beaujolais-style with 15 per cent carbonic maceration to highlight the…

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nzbriefs

US DEMAND DRIVING GROWTHTHE New Zealand Winegrowers 2018 annual report has been released, with its usual array of fascinating facts and figures. There’s more good news in the form of wine exports, with US demand helping drive significant growth: value has grown by more than $NZ700 million in the last decade, with volume more than doubling in the same timeframe. Export earnings in the year to June 2018 grew to $NZ1.7 billion, though wary eyes are being kept on the current volatile international trade environment. NZ now has 2031 vineyards and 697 wineries (up from 643 in 2009), but growers have seen significant consolidation, dropping from 1073 to the current 699 in that period (the majority of that contraction occurring post-GFC around 2011). Vineyard area has expanded 2 per cent…

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climbing the appellation ladder

SOMETIMES it can be tough to keep pace with what’s going on in the European wine world. When we start learning about European countries and regions, we’re introduced to the various appellation systems in each country, how they arose out of a post-phylloxera environment in which fraud was common, often wine from outside a region being brought in. Appellations - delimited zones of production - were created to guarantee origin. What’s in the bottle comes from where it says on the label - Pauillac from the commune of Pauillac in Bordeaux, Chateauneuf-du-Pape from the area around the village of the same name in the Rhone. It’s all too easy to imagine that this is a reasonably static sort of picture dating from the 1930s, when many of the key European…

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confessions of a riesling drinker

FOR a long time in Australia we have been extolling the virtues of dry rieslings both in Australian wines as well as the dry German rieslings from producer organisation Verband Deutscher Pradikatsweinguter Association (VDP) and especially their Grosses Gewachs (GG) wines. In bottle shops and on most wine lists, the traditional sweeter rieslings have been out of favour and are sometimes regarded as cheap and inferior wines. This is a throwback to the last century when the world was awash with Liebfraumilch, Piesporter and Niersteiner labels that were often made from the grape muller thurgau and not even riesling.We have been conditioned to drink dry and inadvertently see it has an indication of quality in riesling. But when I give an off dry wine to a student it is always…

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member events

JANUARY 2019PERTH - 2019 Winestate Best of the West & Wine of the Year Tasting Thursday 24 January 2019 - 6pm – 8.30pm Perth Hyatt Regency Hotel, Perth, Western Australia (Tickets available now - Subscribers receive two complimentary tickets upon request)APRIL 2019Cabernet & Bordeaux Night National Wine Centre, Adelaide To be advised (6 - 8.30pm) Tickets available early 2019ITALY, Verona - Vinitaly 2019 - Veronafiere 7-10 April, 2019 Details at: www.vinitaly.com/en Email: sales@winestate.com.auMAY 2019Worlds Greatest Shiraz Challenge XIVNational Wine Centre, AdelaideTo be advised (6 - 8.30pm)Tickets available early 2019SEPTEMBER 2019Winestate Wine of the Year 2019 Subscriber TastingNational Wine Centre, AdelaideTo be advised (6 - 8.30pm)Tickets available mid-2019NOVEMBER 2019HONG KONG - Winestate Wines of AustraliaHK Exhibition Centre, Wan Chai, Hong Kong7-9 November 2019Details at: www.hktdc.comHONG KONG - Winestate CorporateTasting EventNovember 7-9…

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