01/10/2008 - 22:00

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01/10/2008 - 22:00
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CHRIS Isaak will be performing at the next Leeuwin Concert Series, to be held at Leeuwin Estate Winery in Margaret River.

CHRIS Isaak will be performing at the next Leeuwin Concert Series, to be held at Leeuwin Estate Winery in Margaret River.

The 25th annual event will take place on March 7 and 8 2009.

The boutique, family owned winery has become famous for staging the annual series of spectacular alfresco concerts.

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Pemberton-based Wine and Truffle Company has re-branded its wines to Truffle Hill Wines.

"We are still trading our truffles under the wine and Truffle Co name, but we wanted to create an individual stand-alone brand for our wines," Wine and Truffle Company managing director Wally Edward told Gusto.

The premium range is made up of blends and straight varietals, and includes sauvignon blanc semillon, medium bodied shiraz cabernet merlot, and a rose. Wines under the Truffle Hill brand are to be released in early October, can be ordered online and will be available in liquor stores soon after.

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Floreat-based gourmet food store, Barker & Hale, has reopened after extensive renovations that have doubled its floor space.

The new space, the renovations for which took two years in the planning, now lends itself to a wide variety of functions, including cooking demonstrations, which will be launched in the next few weeks.

Owners Tracy Barker and Martin Hale took the opportunity to source some new products from a range of boutique suppliers while at a recent gift industry trade fair in Melbourne.

Barker & Hale also has a store in Cottesloe.

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Western Australian lamb producers stood out at the inaugural Branded Lamb Competition of the 2008 Sydney Royal Fine Food Show.

Narrogin-based Hillside tender meats won gold and bronze medals in the grain-fed category.

South Perth-based Dorper Lamb won a silver medal in the grass-fed lamb category and a silver medal in the grain-fed category.

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