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Author: Rebecca Santolin

Our new release 2020 Cosa Nostra Arneis pairs beautifully with a weekend favourite of ours from Gourmet Traveller, of Beer Battered Flathead Fillets with Salt and Vinegar Chips. We recommend adding a bitter herb salad as well to really complement the light, bright acid line...

​Looking forward to making (and eating, more importantly) this Porcini Gnocchi recipe from Donna Hay. It pairs so well with our juicy and earthy 2018 Santolin 'Gruyere' Pinot Noir. "Fermented under the aegis of wild yeast in open pots before an elevage of 10 months on...

Another favourite recipe of mine from Donna Hay is the Crispy Pork Belly with Apples. This one is perfect for Easter Sunday (or any Sunday) washed down with a glass or two of our 2017 Gruyere Pinot Noir. “The whole bunch has been upscaled from that...

There's nothing quite like a seafood dish on Good Friday. With Easter just around the corner, we're excited to kick things off with a beautiful Beetroot-Cured Ocean Trout starter. This recipe is by Donna Hay and pairs beautifully with the fruit-forward freshness of our 2019...

It's been a few years in the making but today, finally, our first newsletter has hit the inboxes of our mailing list members.  Sign up to our mailing list (link can be found at the bottom of our home page) if you're keen to find...

Every year, James Halliday and his tasting panel pinpoint the best Australian wines, winemakers and wineries from a pool of several thousand featured in the annual Halliday Wine Companion guide. We are thrilled to once again be included as a 5 Star winery in his 2021...

"While pinot noir and shiraz are not quite polar opposites, the thought of blending the two varieties together may seem shocking to many. However, in the 40s and 50s, one of Australia’s legendary winemakers made arguably some of our greatest and most enduring wines pairing...

95 POINTS. 2019 Cosa Nostra Friulano "Whole bunch pressed to old oak before lingering until a wild ferment kicked in. Malolactic had its way as a softening agent, before 4 months on full solids provided tension and texture.  The result is sumptuous.  A mid to yellow...

...a charming Arneis. It's flavour complexities maintain interest to the last drop. Our newly released 2019 Cosa Nopstra Arneis is kicking some major goals at the moment and we're stoked!...