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Sarah Ahmed’s report on the 33rd International Chardonnay Tasting

Sarah Ahmed’s report on the 33rd International Chardonnay Tasting

Cullen 33rd International Chardonnay Tasting & Tetsuya lunch Vanya Cullen’s father Kevin (after whom the Chardonnay is now named) launched this annual international benchmarking blind tasting in 1985. In the past, the line up has featured more international wines and just the one Cullen Chardonnay.  However, these days, in common with a fair few peers, Cullenmore…

Ken Gargett article and review on “Vanya” Cabernet Sauvignon

Ken Gargett article and review on “Vanya” Cabernet Sauvignon

Cullen Vanya Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon: Legitimate Claims On The Title ‘Most Elegant Wine Ever Made In Australia’ I’ve always enjoyed reading interviews with authors talking about how their characters took control of their novels and led them in ways they did not expect. This article seemed a little bit like that to me: itmore…

Garden Update November 2018

What is happening in the garden… As the silica forces of the earth awaken and rise into the cosmos, our deciduous trees adorn their beautiful garments of solar capturing leaves, to produce sugars and root exudates for the soil biology who transfer minerals back to the trees in the dance of symbiosis. Luminous green mulberrymore…

Two Hats Winner

Cullen Dining has retained Two Hats at the Good Food Guide Awards announced on Monday 8th October at the gala dinner in Melbourne.

James Halliday Top 100 Wines 2018

With great honour and pleasure our 99 points 2015 Vanya was included in the James Halliday’s Top 100 wines for 2018: “Two-thirds whole berries, one-third crushed into 300 L terracotta amphorae for wild fermentation, 10 weeks on skins before pressed to French oak (66% new) for 5 months. This is a truly beautiful and gracefulmore…

Garden Update September 2018

What is happening in the garden… The first blossoms of spring have arrived and young lime green shoots and woolly buds are appearing on the vines. Lush multi-species cover crops are in flower all through the vineyard, with radish, pea and broad bean flowers garnishing our sumptuous dishes in the restaurant. Fig, quince and pomegranatemore…

Langtons Classification List VII: Diana Madeline- Exceptional!

Here at Cullens we are very excited to be included in the Langtons Classification List VII, with our Diana Madeline being listed in the ‘Exceptional’ bracket. The Langton’s Classification is the result of an enormous undertaking that spans four years of secondary market activity and analysis. Auction clients determine the price and value of Australianmore…

How a new bar is raising a glass to female winemakers

24-Aug-2018 By Sophie Witts Meet the woman whose Covent Garden bar is championing the female side of the wine industry. Follow the link here to view the full article

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