Pacific Blue Winery

+61 7 4776 6374 93 Herbert Street
Ingham, 4850
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About In 2005 Pat was invited to enter the Tasmanian fruit wine show and was able to scoop the awards with 4 gold,5 silver and 3 bronze medals.He then won the ultimate ‘best wine of the show’ award for his own midnight magic, a black sapote or chocolate pudding fruit port.Pat also won the ‘most successful professional winemaker’award thus firmly cementing Pacific Blue Winery’s Pat O’Brien as one of Australia’s most awarded winemakers. Pat had previously taken out 2 gold medals at the prestigious Adelaide national amateur wine show and a swag of 7 medals,the following year, at the Cairns wine show. “The fruit wines and fruit liquers created by Pacific Blue wine,” says Dr David Thomas,the chief judge of the tasmanian show, 'demonstrate superb fruit characteristics whilst maintaining delicacy with their strong emphasis on highly flavoured and brightly coloured fruit. 'Furthermore,' continues Dr. Thomas, 'pacific blue has demonstrated a high level of wine making skills in order to Read more »

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  • Where you drink wine can be important. An overheated or too noisy room or city stress can downgrade the pleasures of even a very good wine.  Conversely, tranquility that allows you to focus on what’s in your glass can upgrade even a so-so sipper. What if you could leave behind all aspects of external civilization, even connectivity to all signal... Read More

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  • Get this:  If you fly to Walla Walla on Alaska Airlines, you get fee waivers to tasting rooms and Alaska lets you check a case of wine.That's really smart marketing for an up and coming area, if you ask me. Probably helps Alaska to fill out those seats, too.  Other than wine lovers, can't be a ton of folks going to Walla Walla.So, DVogler, will ... Read More

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  • My wife and I will be visiting San Francisco in April for a weeks vacation. We're staying at the Executive Hotel Vintage Court who's theme is wine. They have  nightly wine tastings and wine gatherings. Also scheduled in the trip is a days excursion to the Napa Valley via bus stopping at 5 different vineyards. I have always loved Napa Valley Cabe... Read More

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  • I am a dyed in the wool fan of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlots, Sangiovese's and a few Chardonnays and Pinot Grigio's. I am trying to widen my spectrum to include Pinot Noir's. I live in the Pacific Northwest so the Pinot Noir's are readily available due to the large varieties from Oregon.Before I embark on purchasing some different brands I would l... Read More

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  • LaVelle Vineyards is not only known for its excellent Willamette Valley and Columbia Valley wines, which are served in both the tasting room at the vineyards in Elmira, Oregon and in the Tasting Room at 5th Street Market in downtown Eugene, Oregon, but also for this really unique deck built at the top of the vineyards, accessible by a quick ride... Read More

    From the article Mentors Blog Post: LaVelle Vineyards


  • Hi all,This generous group was so helpful during a previous post of mine about recommendations for my four-day trip to Sonoma this August that I'm taking advantage of that generosity again.I have a week off work this November 11-18, 2012, and am having so much fun planning the Sonoma trip that I'm tempted to do another wine-oriented trip.  On to... Read More

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  • Hello all!I'm new to this, and I have this weekend off, and would like some input as to where we could go for some good winetasting, and entertainment. I live in Central Pa (Harrisburg area), and don't know alot about the wineries, so any input that anyone has, would be appreciated!Happy tasting!Debbie Read More

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  • Had one of those once in a lifetime days betting the ponies today.  With the winnings, i'm probably going to be budgeting up to $1500.00 on some more expensive wines I haven't been able to afford in the $80-$200 range.  Any suggestions?  I favor a right-bank bordeaux style for reds but also enjoy a medium bodied cabernet style, along with rhone ... Read More

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