News & other goode stuff.

Welcome to the Wangolina blog. 

Here is where we will be highlighting news, events and all the good stuff that has been happening around our little patch on a very ad-hoc basis.

Bonney Upwelling

Every year, in the last days of December right through until as late as May – a mysterious, unique and regular occurrence features off of

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#V23 Wrap up

In a vintage marked across Australia for its delays, we managed to find the eye-of-the-needle silver lining.

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Wine Club

Alternative April

Our obsession with alternative varieties began in 2011 when Anita managed to get her hands on some tasty Tempranillo from Mundulla. Since then, we haven’t looked back… developing a repute for our passion for alternative wine varieties.

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Adult Easter Treats

When it comes to Easter, we know you’re going to indulge… because we are too! But when it comes to the perfect chocolate and wine combination, we promise you can do better than a Cadburys Milk Chocolate Egg, don’t @ us, we said what we said. Keep the Cadburys for the kids and treat yourself to something a little more decadent.

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Valentines wine

Be Our Valentine

Good ol’ Valentine’s Day, the day of celebrating you and your love, a match made in heaven, two peas in a pod, the salt to your pepper, birds of a feather… You get the gist. We agree, it’s about celebrating the perfect pair but with a slight twist for us… we like to celebrate the perfect wine and food pairing. While most people like to pair wine they tend to go straight for the cheese, right?

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Cellar Door

Summer Lovin’

Summer – when the Limestone Coast comes to life! It’s a vibe, the locals are out and about enjoying the beaches, the tourists come to visit and we see so many smiling faces around the place. There’s events galore, kids running around covered in icecream and of course for us older kids, fabulous food and wine.

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Life in the Vines

Growing season has been a challenge with La Nina upon us, and while we are not facing the worst of the conditions, it is still one of the most difficult growing seasons the Australian wine industry has seen in over 20 years.

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