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  • Sustainability

    Sustainability with NZ Wine

    May 26, 2016 | Wine

    Philip Gregan CEO of the New Zealand Winegrowers talks about the sustainable approach to wine making in New Zealand

  • Early varietals

    New Zealand Varietals

    May 26, 2016 | Wine

    Philip Gregan CEO of the New Zealand Winegrowers talks about the early varietal plantings in New Zealand

  • Birth of the industry

    Birth of an Industry

    May 26, 2016 | Wine

    Philip Gregan CEO of The New Zealand Winegrowers talks about the birth of the New Zealand Wine Industry

  • Andrew Fowler

    Andrew Fowler – The War on Journalism

    May 19, 2016 | Blue Mountains

    In the 2016 Dr Dark Memorial Lecture, international award-winning investigative journalist Andrew Fowler (The War on Journalism and The Most Dangerous Man in the World) interrogates the current state of the press, the rise of ‘thin journalism’ and its implications for a democratic society. Driven by commercial and political imperatives, burdened by public distrust and […]

  • Burn Cottage

    Burn Cottage

    May 18, 2016 | Wine

    At Burn Cottage we believe in minimal intervention winemaking. Our task is to discover the genius of the site and of the individual vineyard blocks within and to allow the wines to reveal it. We believe in minimizing sulfur usage and avoiding all additives whenever possible. We avoid the use of cultured yeasts, bacteria, associated […]

  • Felton Rd Pinot

    Felton Rd Pinot

    May 13, 2016 | Wine

    The Pinot Noir lands of Otago lie mainly within the semi-arid inland basins of Central Otago; they are warm, dry and dramatic. Central Otago has a distinctive semi-continental climate, found nowhere else in New Zealand. It is one of the hottest, coldest and driest regions in New Zealand.

  • Mount Difficulty wines

    Mt Difficulty Wines

    May 11, 2016 | Wine

    Mt Difficulty Wines Ltd now owns some of the oldest vineyards in the Bannockburn sub-region of Central Otago in New Zealand’s rugged South Island. The vine age gives our wines, particularly the Pinot Noirs, extra complexity and concentration. The Bannockburn area is internationally recognised as one of the few places in the world outside Burgundy […]

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    Mt Difficulty – Early Beginnings

    May 10, 2016 | Wine

    Established in 1992, Mt Difficulty Wines is home to some of Central Otago’s oldest and most revered vineyards. Situated along Felton Road in the famous sub-region of Bannockburn, Central Otago, this unique area of extremes is ideally suited to crafting wines that speak with a sense of place. “Our philosophy combines ethical viticulture with minimal […]

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    Murdoch James Blue Rock Pinot

    March 18, 2016 | Wine

    Situated on the Dry River terraces, the Murdoch James Estate’s Blue Rock Vineyard enjoys premium grape growing soil conditions with a mixture of calciferous lime, clay and river silts with a high mineral content. The action of the Australian tectonic plate, scraping the bed of the Pacific plate millions of years ago, gave rise to […]

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    Murdoch James Estate

    March 18, 2016 | Wine

    In a South Wairarapa valley in the North Island of New Zealand, you’ll find the town of Martinborough – a picturesque village surrounded by premium boutique wineries including the renowned Murdoch James Estate.Hills lining the valley give shelter from the wind and rain as well as providing a stunning backdrop to the town. Cold winters, […]

  • Ata Rangi

    Ata Rangi Pinot & Chardonnay

    March 18, 2016 | Wine

    MW Lisa Perrotti Brown talks through the exceptional Pinot & Chardonnay wines of Ata Rangi in Martinborough New Zealand with winemaker Helen Masters

  • ATA RANGI

    Ata Rangi Martinborough

    March 18, 2016 | Wine

    Ata Rangi, meaning “dawn sky” or “new beginning” is a small New Zealand winery with a big reputation for serious Pinot Noir. Located at the southern end of the North Island, it is owned and managed by a family trio – Clive Paton, his wife Phyll and his sister Alison. Clive planted his first vines […]

  • Escarpment vineyards

    Escarpment Vineyards Martinborough

    March 16, 2016 | Wine

    An innovative planting in Escarpment’s Te Muna Road vineyard. A high density planting gives a unique opportunity for Abel clone to express its self in a distinctive manner. The 1.8ha site surrounds the Huangarua escarpment relying on a soil type laid down by the river circa 75,000 years ago. The combination of deep alluvial gravels, […]

  • Escarpment

    Escarpment Pinot & Chardonnay

    March 16, 2016 | Wine

    The Escarpment Vineyard, Martinborough, New Zealand promises some of the very best of tomorrow’s definitive New World Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay. With respected winemaker Larry McKenna applying his distinctive skill to what he does best – making premium wine – the result is some of New Zealand’s most layered, flavoursome and complex wines.

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    Craggy Range Sauvignon Blanc

    March 16, 2016 | Wine

    Climatically Martinborough is more aligned to Marlborough than to any of the North Island regions. The success and style of its Sauvignon Blanc is evidence of this alliance. Distinctive Sauvignon Blanc with tropical fruit flavours overlaid with minerality and appealing aromatic Rieslings are beginning to attract the attention of the world’s top wine writers.

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    Craggy Range Pinot

    March 16, 2016 | Wine

    Pinot Noir is Martinborough’s most planted and certainly most acclaimed grape variety. The region’s warm, dry summers and mild winters have led to complex and structured wines with subtle aromatics and an elegant finish. The success of Martinborough Pinot Noir has to a large extent driven the rapid development of this very dynamic and quality-focused […]

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    Trinity Hill – Gimblett Gravels

    February 29, 2016 | Wine

    The majority of Trinity Hill’s grape harvest comes from the unique gravel soils and micro-climate of the GIMBLETT GRAVELS region, in the lee of Roy’s Hill. The soils are deep river gravels, left by the Ngaruroro River as it changed course over many thousands of years. These free-draining gravels can be more than 100 metres […]

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    Trinity Hill Homage

    February 29, 2016 | Wine

    First produced in 2002, Trinity Hill’s Flagship wine has been voted “Best Red Wine in New Zealand” by Cuisine Magazine and taken home the coveted Air New Zealand Awards Double – Best Red Wine and Champion Wine of Show.

  • Tony Bish on Hawkes Bay

    Tony Bish on Hawkes Bay

    February 29, 2016 | Wine

    Tony Bish is one of New Zealand’s most respected winemakers, with a focus on quality and texture that has seen Sacred Hill wines from Hawkes Bay and Marlborough escalate to the front of the New Zealand wine scene

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    Sacred Hill

    February 29, 2016 | Wine

    Back in 1986, David and Mark Mason, with friend and winemaker Tony Bish, began with a simple philosophy of making more wine than they could drink, and sharing the rest. So Sacred Hill was established in Hawkes Bay New Zealand.

  • Mission Estate Winery

    Mission Estate History

    January 27, 2016 | Wine

    Mission Estate Winery, established in 1851, by pioneering French Missionaries is New Zealand’s oldest winery and the birthplace of New Zealand wine.

  • Mission Estate

    Mission Estate Wines

    January 27, 2016 | Wine

    Paul Mooney has been the winemaker at Mission Estate for over 30 years, making him one of the most experienced winemakers in New Zealand. Paul’s winemaking philosophies are heavily influenced by his mentor, Brother John, who trained in Bordeaux during the 1960’s

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    Babich Wines Tasting

    January 20, 2016 | Wine

    General Manager David Babich and MW Lisa Perrotti Brown taste some of the Babich wines that are produced from out of the best regions in New Zealand.

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    Babich Wines History

    January 20, 2016 | Wine

    Babich Wines, founded in 1916 is on of New Zealand’s oldest wineries and 2016 will see them celebrate 100 years of winemaking.

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    Kumeu River Wines

    January 13, 2016 | Wine

    From the pioneering days to the establishment of the New Zealand wine industry to today, the Brajkovich family have been internationally recognised as producing world class wine.

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    NZ Wine Sustainability

    January 13, 2016 | Wine

    Chloe Parkinson winemaker from Cable Bay Wines talks about a sustainable approach to winemaking in Waiheke Island New Zealand

  • cable bay tasting

    Cable Bay Wines

    January 13, 2016 | Wine

    Waiheke Island as a wine growing region is very unique to say the least. The vineyards of Cable Bay are situated at the western end of the island atop a bedrock of ancient sandstone and mudstone from the Jurassic period.

  • expatrius

    Expatrius

    January 8, 2016 | Wine

    Luc Desbonnets winemaker from Expatrius wines in Waiheke Island New Zealand speaks with MW Lisa Perrotti Brown about the winemaking philosophy behind this unique wine label.

  • Stonyridge

    Stonyridge Vineyard

    January 7, 2016 | Wine

    Stonyridge Vineyard is a world-renowned Cabernet-blend winegrower, located on the beautiful island of Waiheke, near Auckland, New Zealand.

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    Destiny Bay Wines

    January 7, 2016 | Wine

    Winemaker Sean Spratt Destiny Bay Wines in New Zealand talks through the Magna Praemia, Mystae, and Destinae wines with MW Lisa Perrotti Brown

  • Michael Spratt Destiny Bay

    NZ Wine Sustainability

    January 7, 2016 | Wine

    Michael Spratt Co Founder from Destiny Bay Wines in Waiheke Island New Zealand talks about sustainability in the NZ wine industry.

  • Sean Spratt Destiny Bay

    NZ Wine Sustainability

    January 7, 2016 | Wine

    Sean Spratt from Destiny Bay Wines in Waiheke Island New Zealand talks about sustainability in the NZ wine industry.

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    The Bellerophon Blends

    December 2, 2015 | Wine

    Waiheke Island Man O’ War winemaker Duncan McTavish and MW Lisa Perrotti Brown taste and discuss the five blends that make up the Bellerophon wine.

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    ON TOPIC Episode 2

    December 2, 2015 | Shows

    A Q&A style show featuring topics relevant to the Blue Mountains community and hosted by Vent Thomas & Dianne Davis from the Blue Mts Regional Business Chamber

  • Moorooduc

    Moorooduc Estate

    December 2, 2015 | Wine

    Established in 1982 by Richard and Jill McIntyre, Moorooduc Estate in the Mornington Peninsula is a small, family run wine business that has developed an enviable reputation for complex and food friendly wines

  • Angullong

    Angullong Wines

    November 8, 2015 | Wine

    Angullong is a family owned wine company from the premium high altitude cool climate wine region of Orange in the Central West of New South Wales located about 350km west of Sydney

  • Belgravia

    Belgravia Wines

    November 8, 2015 | Wine

    Belgravia Wines are well priced delicious drops created for everyday drinking. Each wine expresses the true character of the Orange region and the cool climate grapes of the Belgravia vineyard.

  • Borrodell

    Borrodell Vineyard

    November 8, 2015 | Wine

    Borrodell Vineyard is set on the picturesque slopes of the extinct volcano Mount Canobolas Orange, about 3.5 hours west of Sydney, NSW. Surrounded by cool climate grapes, cherries, heritage apples, black truffles and native bushland.

  • Cumulus Estate Wines

    Cumulus Estate Wines

    November 8, 2015 | Wine

    Cumulus produces a very distinctive family of wines. Each follows our philosophy of high elevation refinement and class-leading quality at each price level. The distinctive labels can be found in many markets around the world.

  • Printhie Wines

    Printhie Wines

    November 8, 2015 | Wine

    Owned by the Swift family, Printhie has established itself at the forefront of quality viticulture and winemaking in Orange.Winemaker Drew Tuckwell is a Len Evans Tutorial scholar and participant in the Wine Communicators of Australia Young Guns and Gurus program (as a young gun).

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    Mayfield Vineyard

    November 8, 2015 | Wine

    Mayfield Vineyard is one of the highest & coolest vineyards in Australia near Orange in New South Wales, Australia. The 100 hectare estate surrounds the historic homestead on the Icely Road leading to where gold was first discovered in Australia in 1851

  • Ross Hill

    Ross Hill Wines

    November 8, 2015 | Wine

    The Ross Hill Wines roots were firmly planted in 1994 by Peter and Terri Robson. Joined by their son James and wife Chrissy in 2006 to continue the hard work, passion and dedication to produce exceptional quality and elegantly refined, cool climate Ross Hill Wines.

  • Hebel Blocks

    Hebel Blocks & Panels

    November 8, 2015 | Sustainability

    Hebel is an exceptional sustainable building material. Better to build with, and better by design. Hebel systems are BCA compliant and help create beautiful external facades. Used for internal walls, external walls, flooring and fencing in quality residential, commercial, industrial and civil projects.

  • Pieter Van Gent Durif

    Pieter Van Gent’s – Durif

    November 5, 2015 | Wine

    The Durif grape variety originates in the south of France and dates back to the late 19th century. It is also referred to as Petite Sirah. Now it is nestled between two creeks in our Mudgee vineyard

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    Pieter Van Gent’s – Chardonnay

    November 5, 2015 | Wine

    Made from Australia’s oldest Chardonnay rootstock, this wine was barrel fermented giving a lightly oaked richly flavoured wine. Bouquet: Nougat and honey characteristics supported by light oak Palate

  • Pieter Van Gent Mullerthurgau

    Pieter Van Gent’s – Muller Thurgau

    November 5, 2015 | Wine

    This grape variety was developed in the 1880’s when Swiss botanist Hermann Muller from the Thurgau province crossed Riesling and Madeleine Royale.

  • PIeter Van Gent PIPECLAY VERMOUTH

    Pieter Van Gent’s – Pipeclay Vermouth

    November 5, 2015 | Wine

    An Italian style Vermouth, a magic potion of herbs and spices.There are two categories of Vermouth. French Vermouth (white and dry) and Italian Vermouth (Bianco and Rosso – both sweet). The former is a vital ingredient of Bond’s Dry Martini, while it is the latter, the Rosso, which we make.

  • Tintilla Estate

    Tintilla Estate

    November 5, 2015 | Wine

    For everyone with a love of food, wine and family. One of the Hunter Valley’s best kept secrets this thoughtful family run vineyard and olive grove is a leader in the burgeoning cellar door wine and food experience.

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    Tyrrell’s Semillon

    November 5, 2015 | Wine

    Chief Winemaker Andrew Spinaze and Chris Tyrrell talk about the Semillon varietal that has become an iconic flag flyer for the Hunter region of NSW. The fifth generation of the Tyrrell family, are involved in the family business, illustrating that this iconic Hunter Valley winery will continue to be Australian owned well into the future.

  • Tyrrell's Shiraz

    Tyrrell’s Shiraz

    November 4, 2015 | Wine

    Tyrrell’s are a truly national wine company, premium vineyards extend from their legendary home in the Hunter Valley to other distinguished grape growing regions of Australia including McLaren Vale in South Australia and Heathcote in Victoria.

  • Tyrrell's Chardonnay

    Tyrrell’s Chardonnay

    November 4, 2015 | Wine

    Chief Winemaker Andrew Spinaze and Chris Tyrrell talk about the Chardonnay produced by this fourth generation family company that boasts well established, popular and highly recognisable wine brands that are exported to over 30 countries worldwide.

  • Tyrrell's Wines

    Tyrrell’s Wines

    November 4, 2015 | Wine

    Rich in history and pioneering achievements since 1858. English immigrant Edward Tyrrell established Tyrrell’s Wines in 1858 in the lee of the Hunter Valley’s Brokenback Range, New South Wales. This land has become recognised as home to some of the Hunter Valley regions finest vineyards.

  • Man O' War Bellerophon

    MAN O’ WAR Bellerophon

    November 4, 2015 | Wine

    Man O’ War winemaker Duncan McTavish speaks to MW Lisa Perrotti Brown about the release of their new wine 2012 vintage Bellerophon Waiheke Island New Zealand

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    Cartridges 4 Planet Ark

    November 4, 2015 | Sustainability

    Congratulations Australia!  Through our hugely successful and innovative ‘Cartridges 4 Planet Ark’ program, we’ve already recycled more than 12 million printer cartridges!

  • choosing land

    Choosing Land

    November 4, 2015 | Sustainability

    Choose land that allows for a house design to take advantage of views, solar orientation, indoor/outdoor entertainment areas, land slope, street access and future planting.

  • choosing a circular saw

    Circular Saws

    November 4, 2015 | Sustainability

    Circular saws come in a few different sizes (based on the diameter of the saw blade), from 4″ up to the most common size, 7-1/4″.When choosing a circular saw, a good rule of thumb is to buy one that has higher horsepower than other models of the same size

  • Choosing a Cordless Drill

    Cordless Drills

    November 4, 2015 | Sustainability

    Cordless drills,electric screwdrivers and power tools generally can be a very productive addition to your toolkit particularly when working or drilling in confined spaces.

  • Man O War Vineyards

    MAN O’ WAR Vineyards

    November 4, 2015 | Wine

    A stunning array of coastal hillsides, cliffs and beaches, located at the eastern end of Waiheke Island in New Zealand

  • on topic episode 1

    ON TOPIC Episode 1

    October 7, 2015 | Shows

    A Q&A style show featuring topics relevant to the Blue Mountains community and hosted by Vent Thomas & Dianne Davis from the Blue Mts Regional Business Chamber

  • Street Art Walk

    Street Art Walk

    August 16, 2015 | Blue Mountains

    Created at Beverly Place Katoomba by national and international artists including Phibs, Peque, Swaze and L7M to name but a few,  Music by Jumbledat  

  • Circle of Strength

    Circle Of Strength

    July 12, 2015 | Blue Mountains

    Russell Tredinnick from Blue Mountains Grammar presents his 2015 mid year theatre performance written and directed for BMGS junior school

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    Truffle Hunt & Cook Off

    July 7, 2015 | Food

    Chefs from Fairmont, Darley’s, Hydro Majestic & Emirates join forces for a truffle hunt and cook off in Oberon NSW

  • Sanctuary

    Sanctuary

    June 19, 2015 | Blue Mountains

    Springwood Musician and Composer Gary Daley showcases “Sanctuary” his original work recorded in 5.1 at Cerretti Chapel in Manly.

  • Hentley Farm Wines

    Hentley Farm Barossa

    June 17, 2015 | Wine

    2015 Winery of the Year Hentley Farm showcases exceptional food and wine in the Barossa Valley of South Australia

  • Pride of Workmanshipo Awards

    Pride of Workmanship Awards

    June 10, 2015 | Blue Mountains

    Katoomba Rotary club hosted the combined event with Blackheath, Upper Blue Mountains Sunrise, Southern Cross E club, and Central Blue Mountains Rotary clubs

  • Cream Hair Studios

    Cream Hair Studios

    June 10, 2015 | Blue Mountains

    Steve Walls from Cream Hair Studios in Katoomba talks about his past days of playing drums in a rock band while running a hair salon in the Cross Sydney

  • Making Bread

    Making Bread

    May 12, 2015 | Food

    Blue Mountains Writer, Journalist and Television host Mary Moody demonstrates a very simple way to make your own bread. 4 ingredients and 30 minutes in the oven.

  • JOHN CALDWELL

    John Caldwell

    May 6, 2015 | Blue Mountains

    Blue Mountains Artist John Caldwell talks about his career, philosophy and approach to creating new works. Features John’s Exhibition at Blue Mountains Cultural Centre in 2015

  • Hentley Farm Restaurant

    Hentley Farm Restaurant

    April 16, 2015 | Food

    Head chef Lachlan Colwill describes the philosophy behind the “Discovery” menu at Hentley Farm in the Barossa Valley SA

  • Hentley Farm Wines

    Hentley Farm Wines

    April 16, 2015 | Wine

    Master of Wine Lisa Perrotti speaks with winemaker Andrew Quin from Hentley Farm in the Barossa Valley SA

  • HF Viognier

    Hentley Farm – Viognier

    April 13, 2015 | Wine

    Master of Wine Lisa Perrotti Brown tastes The Viognier with winemaker Andrew Quin from Hentley Farm in the Barossa Valley SA

  • HF Stray Mongrel

    Hentley Farm – Stray Mongrel

    April 13, 2015 | Wine

    Master of Wine Lisa Perrotti Brown tastes The Stray Mongrel with winemaker Andrew Quin from Hentley Farm in the Barossa Valley SA

  • HF The Beauty

    Hentley Farm – The Beauty

    April 13, 2015 | Wine

    Master of Wine Lisa Perrotti Brown tastes The Beauty with winemaker Andrew Quin from Hentley Farm in the Barossa Valley SA

  • HF The Beast

    Hentley Farm – The Beast

    April 13, 2015 | Wine

    Master of Wine Lisa Perrotti Brown tastes the The Beast with winemaker Andrew Quin from Hentley Farm in the Barossa Valley SA

  • HF The Creation

    Hentley Farm – The Creation

    April 13, 2015 | Wine

    Master of Wine Lisa Perrotti Brown tastes the The Creation with winemaker Andrew Quin from Hentley Farm in the Barossa Valley SA

  • HF Clos Otto

    Hentley Farm – Clos Otto

    April 13, 2015 | Wine

    Master of Wine Lisa Perrotti Brown tastes the Clos Otto with winemaker Andrew Quin from Hentley Farm in the Barossa Valley SA

  • Bushfire Evacuation Plan

    Bushfire Evacuation Plan

    April 5, 2015 | Blue Mountains

    Eric Berry from the Blue Mountains NSW RFS talks about the importance of having an effective evacuation plan in the case of bushfire threat to your home

  • bushfire Attack

    Bushfire Attack

    April 5, 2015 | Blue Mountains

    Eric Berry from the Blue Mountains NSW RFS talks about the effect of ember attack on your home and some of the things you can do to prevent it

  • Bushfire Preperation

    Bushfire Home Preparation

    April 5, 2015 | Blue Mountains

    Eric Berry from the Blue Mountains NSW RFS lists some of the things you can do to prepare your home in order to minimise the effect from Bushfire

  • Robert Stein Motorcycle Museum

    Robert Stein Museum

    April 4, 2015 | Wine

    The Vintage Motorbike collection can be viewed when you are visiting the winery in Mudgee NSW and has some rare motorcycle collectables and photographs on display

  • Robert Stein Shiraz

    Robert Stein Shiraz

    April 4, 2015 | Wine

    Robert Stein Shiraz, produced by winemaker Jacob Stein in Mudgee NSW, is a true representation of the region from which it comes.

  • Robert Stein Winery

    Robert Stein Winery

    April 4, 2015 | Wine

    Located in Mudgee NSW. 3rd generation producers of dry reds, dry whites, sweet whites and fortified wines for over 25 years

  • di Lusso Estate

    di Lusso Estate Winery

    April 4, 2015 | Wine

    di Lusso Estate in Mudgee NSW produces Italian Varieties, Rob Fairall talks about his philosophy to wine making and how the vineyard was established

  • Slow Food Blue Mountains

    Slow Food Blue Mountains

    March 25, 2015 | Blue Mountains

    Anne Elliott, Marnie O’Mara and Jocelyn Colleran present a snapshot of the Summer Harvest Workshops including Sourdough Garlic and Chooks Tour

  • Nourish Mii

    Nourish Mii

    March 6, 2015 | Blue Mountains

    Iman Ekstrom and Steve Emtner provide great food Wednesday lunchtimes at the Blue Mountains Food Co-Op in Katoomba NSW

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    Steam Across The Mountains PART 3

    March 1, 2015 | Blue Mountains

    The story of the Zig Zag Railway from construction to the development as a tourist railway in the Blue Mountains

  • Energy Smart Tips

    Energy Smart Tips

    February 28, 2015 | Sustainability

    Lynette Bourne from the Dept of Energy Utilities & Sustainability outlines some of the things you can do to save on Electricity and Energy around the home.

  • Eco House 1

    Eco House 1

    February 28, 2015 | Blue Mountains

    Jess and Ella go in search for the right block of land to build their dream Eco House in the Blue Mountains of NSW

  • Let's make a Snowman

    Let’s make a Snowman

    February 27, 2015 | Blue Mountains

    2012 snowfall in Katoomba, Blue Mountains of NSW, provided an opportunity for Gene and Leo to make a snowman.

  • Hunter Semillon Entry

    Hunter Valley Semillon (Entry)

    February 19, 2015 | Wine

    Master of wine and Editor n Chief of the Wine Advocate Lisa Perrotti Brown, tastes some Icon semillon with Michael Hatcher from Foody & the Winemaker

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    Hunter Valley Semillon (Icon)

    February 19, 2015 | Wine

    Master of wine and Editor n Chief of the Wine Advocate Lisa Perrotti Brown, tastes some Icon semillon with Michael Hatcher from Foody & the Winemaker

  • Keith Tulluch winery

    Keith Tulloch Wine

    February 19, 2015 | Wine

    Keith Tulloch is a fourth generation family winemaker in the Hunter Valley of NSW that produces Semillon, Chardonnay, Merlot & Shiraz

  • Steam Across the Mountains PART 2

    Steam Across the Mountains PART 2

    February 19, 2015 | Blue Mountains

    The story of the Zig Zag Railway from construction to the development as a tourist railway in the Blue Mountains

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    Hunter Valley Shiraz (Icon)

    February 19, 2015 | Wine

    Master of wine and Editor n Chief of the Wine Advocate Lisa Perrotti Brown, tastes some Icon shiraz with Michael Hatcher from Foody & the Winemaker

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    Hunter Valley Shiraz (Entry)

    February 19, 2015 | Wine

    Master of wine and Editor n Chief of the Wine Advocate Lisa Perrotti Brown, tastes some Entry level shiraz with Michael Hatcher from Foody & the Winemaker

  • Lake's Folly Story

    Lake’s Folly Story

    February 19, 2015 | Wine

    Australia’s first boutique winery, Lake’s Folly was established in the Hunter Valley by Doctor Max Lake and his family in 1963

  • Brokenwood

    Brokenwood

    February 16, 2015 | Wine

    Hunter Valley NSW winery established in 1970, has evolved into a well known wine label. Michael Hatcher interviews winemaker Iain Riggs

  • Leaves & Fishes

    Leaves and Fishes

    February 16, 2015 | Food

    Leaves and Fishes Restaurant in the Hunter Valley NSW provides a unique dinning alternative, with a fresh, smart and simple approach including Boathouse style accommodation

  • Binnorie Dairy

    Binnorie Dairy

    February 16, 2015 | Food

    The Hunter Valley’s Binnorie Dairy produces a range of cheeses with distinctive characters unavailable outside the region. Rebecca Sutton visits their production line.

  • Restaurant Botanica

    Restaurant Botanica

    February 15, 2015 | Food

    Rebecca Sutton from Foody and the Winemaker visits Restaurant Botanica Hunter Valley who grow their own fresh produce on site and make bread from an age old recipe