Hard on the heels of its impressive five-star rating in the 2007 edition of James Halliday’s Australian Wine Companion, Millbrook Winery is celebrating again, with its Estate Shiraz Viognier receiving a top 100 award at the 2007 Sydney International Wine
A group of the most influential hoteliers in the country sat in Sydney’s Hilton Hotel recently and confirmed what many of Perth’s Sunday session devotees and midweek revellers already knew; the Brisbane Hotel is the best hotel in the country.
In a climate where the state’s microbrewery stocks are surging ahead and consolidating across Perth, it is worth noting that the Western Australia’s most isolated brewery is quietly and efficiently going about its work.
When Damien and Dion Trinder swung open the doors to their new restaurant, The Pony Club, just over a week ago, they did more than introduce Perth to its newest restaurant - they further entrenched Mt Lawley as the state’s hottest food venue.
It’s an exciting time of year for all those involved in the wine industry, with retail shelves stocked with the first offerings from the 2006 vintage and wine journos writing reviews intended to entice and inspire consumers.
Perth hills winery, Millbrook, takes viognier pretty seriously, which is evident in the wines from the past couple of vintages. But the winery also extends its commitment to the variety with an annual tasting.
Talijancich Wines has become one of those iconic producers that define a region; a producer recognised for encapsulating all the very best attributes of a particular area while also raising the profile of surrounding wineries.
A CHANCE meeting in the middle of the tasting room one sunny Swan Valley afternoon has secured for Chesters Restaurant what wine marketers around the country are all struggling to achieve – export sales for Australian wine.
Three of Perth’s most seasoned hospitality players have taken over the helm of Verve.
Restaurateurs Josephine Mac Fie, Chris Vane and chef Belinda Martin opened the doors at the smartly appointed restaurant and bar at Woodside Plaza last week following
An important debate about the place of food in our society will be held in Perth next month as the University of Western Australia’s Institute of Advanced Studies presents Food: Production and Consumption.