Boutique Wineries

+61 3 0065 2198 Suite 223, 192 Ann St
Brisbane, 4000
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At Boutique Wineries we take the hassle out of getting your hands on some of Australia's best boutique wines. Why do your wine shopping at your local bottle shop and limit yourself to a small selection of the big name winemakers? Some of Australia's best wines come from small wineries that can be difficult to access without going direct to the cellar door. – Description from dvoristanac

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  • * Looking for a fantastic gift idea? * Interested in sampling the wines of new regions and producers? * Want to spend 1¢ for shipping?One of the major challenges wine consumers face today is obtaining consistent access to the small production, artisanal wines that are being produced all over this country. It's not unusual for your loc... Read More

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  • One of the major challenges wine consumers face today is obtaining consistent access to the small production, artisanal wines that are being produced all over this country. It's not unusual for your local market to get a case or two and have the wine disappear from the shelves by the time you get around to tasting it and decide it's worth buying... Read More

    From the article A Peek at Small Production Artisanal Wines


  • With our troubled times I very frequently asked Where are the values? While the world is awash in both inexpensive swill and expensive fine wine the trick, more important today than ever, is to find the wines that skirt the edges of both: those inexpensive fine wines.While I know that $30 for a bottle of wine is not an inconsequential amount I ... Read More

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  • Here at New York Wine Co., we are devoted to scouring the globe for what we think are the most well-made, best wines dollar for dollar. Paying no attention to critic scores, press, advertising or importer jargon, what we have represented on our shelves, cellar and dinner tables are the top value wines we can find.Value is an important, but overu... Read More

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  • I read this with some degree of interest:http://www.winepressnw.com/news/story/9824579p-9745167c.htmlThe idea of a small village built around a few wineries and wine related businesses is pretty cool ... essentially that's what Napa is ... right? But this sounds slightly different, almost like it's too planned.But still, I bet it would be a grea... Read More

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  • Robert Mondavi Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon California 2001

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    Let me first identify a couple of bias', developed over many years of participation in blind tastings. Unless you're tasting wine blind, I'm skeptical of even my own evaluations. It is is very easy to see the bottle out of which the wine comes and decide that it is exactly as good, or as bad, as advertised.Second, I've always found it hard to ... Read More

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  • Any recommendations on wineries to check out?? Read More

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  • Heading to Chile for wine exploration. Will be visiting for two weeks beginning of August 2008. Any suggestions and tips where to visit, what to do, where to stay would be helpful. Thanks and happy drinking. Read More

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  • People that know I work in a winery tasting room often ask me what it is like. More often than not they are mildly surprised that I do it for fun. After all, people think that I am actually working when for me it is truly fun and a nice change of pace from my 'regular' life. Inevitably they want to know what it is like. I tell them that it i... Read More

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  • http://mashable.com/2008/03/06/amazon-wine/What do you think about this? I'm still not sure of the details, but Amazon did try wine in 1999 with wineshopper and again in 2005 with wine.com. What i like about this one is that it seems to be Amazon selling wine themselves - ie. licenses, warehouses and shipping it themselves.If thats the case I th... Read More

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