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For a great many centuries, ever since their origins on the silk road as a snack to go with Yum Cha, (literally drinking tea) the small morsels of delicious food known as Dim Sum have […]

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  I remember the last time I was up in ‘The Clare’, the other valley up north of the Barossa and Eden Valleys in South Australian wine country. As we slowly drove along a gorgeous, […]

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Made with Muscat Blanc a Petit Grains grapes grown in Langhorne Creek, South Australia.

The wine is a pale translucent pink with a vivid hue. Fresh, floral aromatic notes comprising scents of exotic musk and lemon blossom with a hint of marzipan and Turkish delight. The wine fizzes on the mouth a sherbet and lychee mousse; this is a perfect aperitif, especially in summer and ideal for brunch. Also a wine well suited to fresh fruit, strawberries and cream or more adventurously, zabaglione with grilled stone-fruits.

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