Why is Tasmania — Australia’s cool-climate state — on my short mental list of wine regions where, given the opportunity, I would personally invest? Because Tasmania is practically in a world of its own when it comes to Australian wine. Taken as an individual wine producing region, it is almost 100% profitable ~ via +Cathy Huyghe at http://www.forbes.com/sites/cathyhuyghe
Adam Joseph writes that ecommerce grocery players are missing an opportunity to tap into drivers beyond convenience, making the case for a grocery scoring system that helps consumers navigate price, provenance, ethics, health and sustainability.
This video was made by my daughter Emily, to raise awareness for the One Punch Campaign Australia, and to help raise $12,000 for a special wheelchair for a one punch victim who was partially paralysed in July 2014.
Why are some wines from a region excellent, and others of lesser quality? It's an obvious question, but one which up until now has not been well explained. So let's find out, starting in Australia's major wine region, the Barossa Valley, and with Australia's most popular wine: shiraz.
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Loves life, food, wine, joy, to connect people. Also into the living sustainably, the environment, climate change, nature, art, peace, living in harmony, family and history. And growing as much of our own food as possible.
Mother, wife, co-manager of a farm
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