Category Archives: Australian Wines

Brokenwood – Australian Wine at its Finest

  BROKENWOOD WINES – BRINGING THE HUNTER VALLEY TO HONG KONG   We caught up with Simon Steele of Hunter Valley’s Brokenwood Wines during his recent visit to Hong Kong and got the inside scoop on what it’s like to be a winemaker.     As a winemaker you must travel a lot. What is […]
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McLaren Vale’s Organic Gemtree Vineyards

Ali Nicol from WineTimes HK talks with Andrew Buttery from Gemtree Vineyards. Gemtree Vineyards is owned and run by third generation grape growers, the Buttery Family. The family is dedicated to producing iconic wines of the highest quality from their McLaren Vale vineyards which have been farmed biodynamically since 2008 and are now certified organic. […]
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Organic wines: hippy or hip?

There is widespread confusion surrounding the social impact and personal health benefits of organic & biodynamic farming globally and these exact same concerns exist in the wine industry. Winemakers who don’t support this method of winemaking claim it to be ‘ludicrous’, ‘the wines won’t last’, ‘it’s for hippies and it doesn’t taste any better!’. But […]
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GEMTREE VINEYARDS: growing better wine – naturally

Gemtree Vineyards with Andrew Buttery Comprising of 330 acres on the eastern foothills near the Mclaren Flat in Australia you’ll find a family owned and operated biodynamic winery that is producing truly exceptional organic wines made from the heart. The winery produces not only outstanding Shiraz for which the McLaren Vale is so famed but varietals such as Tempranillo, Sangiovese, Merlot, Cabernet […]
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