The magazine features insights from James Halliday and the tasting team, the most sought-after wine reviews (100 new-release tasting notes in each issue), travel features through Australia's great wine regions, plus profile pieces, amazing recipes with wine matches and more.
Issue #68 – on sale from Thursday, January 19
Notes from the editor:
Welcome to our first issue for 2023. While it may feel as though the last few years have blurred into one, we hope now is the time we can finally put them behind us and start fresh.
Speaking of starting fresh; in this issue, Nola James looks at four young winemakers who are breaking out of their winemaker-parents’ shadows to do something different under their own names. Mike Bennie tells us about the Australian amaros we should have in our liquor cabinets, Jane Faulkner reflects on 50 years of iconic Canberra producer Clonakilla, and Lisa Cardelli is back with a story on Australian nebbiolo.
In addition, Ned Goodwin MW looks at the white varieties from the Rhône Valley that have made a home here; James Halliday looks at 20 years of screwcaps; and Campbell Mattinson lifts the veil on one of the most innovative and exciting Australian wines – Crittenden Estate’s Cri de Coeur savagnin.
Editor, Halliday magazine
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