Back to Back Issues Page
Vinodiversity Magazine, events, wine to try
August 21, 2014

Vinodiversity Magazine

I have just published the eighth edition of my Vinodiversity Magazine with a special on amphorae, and articles on Carignan, a Bicycling, Wine tour of Puglia, and a recipe for Peaches in Primitivo.

As a subscriber to this newsletter you can subscribe to Vinodiversity Magazine with a free 12 months trial. See You need an iPad or an iPhone to read the magazine.

Please let me know what you think about this magazine, suggest some stories or refer it on to your friends.

Emerging Australian Varieties Book

Work is progressing slowly and I still hope to be published in the next couple of months. Thank you to those who contributed to the discussion about the best cover.

I will be setting up some pre-order options with discounts soon and announcing them in this newsletter. So if you a reading a forwarded version of this it might be a good idea to subscribe with your own email address.

A couple of dates for your calendar

Williamstown Wine and Cheese Festival Sunday October 12

Australian Alternative Varieties Wine Show Held in Mildura 6, 7, 8 November.

I'll be there and I'll be writing up some of the results and stories in later newsletters and Magazines.

Buy some wine

My friends at Different Drop love to come up with six packs of wines to get people keen on alternative varieties. Currently they have a super deal for Six red wines for just $90. That's right just $15 per bottle. So if you want to try some of the wines described on the Vinodiversity Website then just get yourself a pack of these.

Find details and order this alternative red wines 6 pack.

While you are there you can browse around an look at some of their other bargains. They specialise in unusual varieties, off-the-beaten-track wine regions and smaller producers - a great way to bring some excitement into your wine drinking.

Do you want more frequent news?

Here are a few of ways to stay in touch:

Spring is coming. Look out for some lovely rose wines as we spend more time dining outdoors.



Back to Back Issues Page