Avoca Hotel www.theavocahotel.com.au As you travel about country Victoria, in every small town the best buildings are the Banks, the Churches, and of course the Hotels. The Banks are closing their small branches and leaving town, and the Churches are facing dwindling congregations. But there’s a resurgence among country hotels. ... read more >
Such wonderful colours and vibrancy in this Linguine dish Winery restaurants are sprouting like vine shoots in spring, indicative of the burgeoning wine tourism in vineyards regions the world over. ... read more >
The Hotel d'Urville  http://www.durville.com/ The wandering Palate is visiting the Marlborough wine region soon, so I thought would share some research on accommodation in the area. Having not stayed at these places, I cannot personally vouch for them, but they do come recommended by local vignerons. ... read more >
Stephanie's Wine Escapade Singapore based Sommelier, Stephanie Rigourd, has an insatiable thirst for wine discovery and is a prolific blogger sharing her explorations and revelations up until recently on the Asia Wine Society website; visit this link for previous posts  (http://www.asiawinesociety.com/sr/). We are delighted to host Stephanie on the Wandering Palate for future confessions on her travels on the wine route and vinous ... read more >
PSS - Newsletter - July Edition Australian Master of Wine, Peter Scudamore-Smith, updates us with his latest newsletter and vineyard tours in Europe. ... read more >
Caveau de Puligny-Montrachet Our Wandering Palate West Australian correspondent, Terry Chellappah, has been wandering a long way from home, in England and France, but he’s back in Margaret River although his head in still in burgundy. Even though it sends pangs of yearn, he shares their gastronomic discoveries. ... read more >