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It is inspiring to read stories about people following their dreams. Paperbark Camp on Sydney’s south coast opened in late 1998 after many years of dreaming and planning. It was a huge rollercoaster ride for the owners to realize their dreams of building a camp in the Australian bush.  More than ten years on, the camp has evolved from the original basic bush camp to glamorous camping; or glamping.

I had a unique and memorable family holiday there. We loved the feeling of really being amongst nature with a touch of luxury. From a morning of biking and an afternoon of canoeing we progressed onto a tranquil outdoor shower amongst the trees, wrapping up with a glorious dinner and of course a dash of Aussie Shiraz. What a way to celebrate beautiful life.




Shirz Tastings
May 1st, 2-4PM

Many of you have approached me asking about some form of wine course. I always have the view of learning through exploring, and so have decided to run a series of tastings by wine varieties. The first of which will be Shiraz; without a doubt the most popular Australian red variety.

Over the course we will present half dozen of different Shiraz from different wine regions and different vintages. Let’s compare and discuss their different characters through tasting, color, nose and palate etc. We can also discuss some basic food and wine pairings. The event will be casual with a focus on learning (not teaching) and having fun.

The cost will be Rmb 50 per person, with a 12 person limit. Booking essential, please email, call 5466 6936 or text 1590 2134 222 to register.





May Shiraz Special – Buy 2 Get 3rd Free

Buy any two bottles of Australian Shiraz and receive the third bottle (equal or lesser value) absolutely free! Valid from now until 15th May 2012.



The Perfect Wine Glass

The glass from which we drink wine is something not a lot of people think about, but it can make a difference in the experience. Generally, a clear glass is preferred because it allows you to see the wine; a long stem allows for comfortable holding and the glass should be large enough to hold a full serving whilst less than half full, giving you plenty of room to swish and swirl. More subtly, a slight concave shape at the rim helps intensify the aromas, and the rim itself should be ‘cut’ - it will feel smooth to the touch and does not inhibit the wine flowing out.  



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