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An aptitude for learning has been an advantage for Natasha Court, the sommelier at the award-winning Must Winebar, as Julie-anne Sprague reports.

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David Pike wraps up the GWE auction.

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The city’s suits are expected to flock to Bar One when it opens this week. The latest venture from Geoff Hayward and Stephen Scaffidi will deliver light, contemporary food with a focus on simplicity, as Julie-anne Sprague reports.

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An exhibition at Vasse Felix gives history buffs an insight into the evolution of the wine industry in Australia, as David Pike reports.

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One of the special events this weekend involves world rugby domination ... the other some of the State’s best wines. More familiar with a reisling than a ruck, David Pike gives us his spin on the Great Wine Estates auction.

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Those in the know are tipping strong growth in coffee shop chains and espresso bars for Perth in the not-too-distant future. Julie-anne Sprague talks to one operator who’s dipping a toe early in proceedings.

Excelling on the national stage

THERE have been several celebrations in recent weeks worthy of a congratulatory note from Gusto. The most recent of these was the Australian Hotels Association WA Awards for Excellence.

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Back home after her six-week culinary soujourn through Europe, Gusto’s Julie-anne Sprague leafs through her trip diary and provides us with some of her favourites tastes of the Continent.

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Xanadu will provide its Lagan Reserve 1999 for auction at the Great Wine Estates Auction later this month. David Pike takes a look at the winery and its success.

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In this week’s look at the upcoming Great Wine Estates auction David Pike looks at what makes Leeuwin Estate the iconic winery it is.

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In this week’s look at the upcoming Great Wine Estates auction David Pike reveals some of the secrets of Plantagenet Wines.

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A driving force behind the successful Matilda Bay Brewing Company, Phil Sexton found things a little tougher than expected when he took on the wine business. Now, more than a decade later, the winery he started has become Devil’s Lair, and business is boo

Red plantings on the up

THE Western Australian wine industry remains in a strong position despite what was a difficult 2001-02 overall, according to industry figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

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The fourth Great Wine Estates wine auction will be held on November 22. This unique event for the Western Australian community has established itself as an important catalyst for the promotion of Western Australian wine on the local, national and internat

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It seems David Pike was a couple of answers short at West Cape Howe winery’s recent ‘Culinary Inquisition’, where he presented some Spanish wines.

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While it has been a few years since David Pike attended a 21st birthday, a recent invitation was too good an opportunity to pass up.

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IF ever I were to be shipwrecked on a desert island with a crate or two of plonk I can say without a second’s hesitation that my drink of choice would be champagne.

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For the nation’s footballers and fans the business end of the season is fast approaching. It’s a similar story for those in the wine trade, with players this week limbering up at the Peel Estate shiraz tasting, as David Pike reports.

Sprague’s sojourn

GUSTO readers will notice some temporary changes to the food and entertainment pages in coming weeks ...

Finding the right training mix

THE management team developing Perth’s Hospitality Training Centre is on a mission – to develop improved industry participation in the operation and training of hospitality students in Western Australia.

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