The Vine Press

02 9908 4994 11 Wycombe Rd
Neutral Bay, 2089
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The Vine Press is now running a wine store! We are sipping wines all day long - tasting wines for wine writing, and conducting wine courses and selecting wines for export to the USA. We want to share our knowledge with you about what to drink. We are an independent, Australian owned online wine retailer that specialises in small, family owned fine wine producers who strive to produce great wines with the prime focus of quality not quantity. We seek out the best and most interesting wines Australia, New Zealand and Europe have to offer. Rhys Connery, the man behind the Vine Press, has a post-graduate degree in Agricultural Business from Roseworthy College at the University of Adelaide, majoring in Wine Marketing. He is a member of the Australian Society of Wine Education and writes about wine for a number of publications. If you have any questions feel free to call (Rhys loves a chat!) or you can enrol in one of our Wine Gratification courses which are run regularly. – Description from milana

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