Wine Blog

Thursday 18th November 2010
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By TCOP

A new website displaying the weather for Merewether in Newcastle has been launched recently.

The site has instantaneous weather information for Merewether and also has historical weather available. For all you wine buffs out there you can figure out if it is worth driving down to Merewether

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Wednesday 29th September 2010
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By TCOP

Ross McDonald from Macquariedale Organic Wines visited the Throsby Creek Oenological Phalanx last night.

In a special night, organised by host Pete, Ross explained the virtures and technical details of his organic and biodynamic approach to his wine growing and wine production. 

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Saturday 17th July 2010
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By TCOP

The Scarborough Chardonnay Blue Label has taken out the 2010 Throsby Creek Oenological Phalanx Wine of the Year Award.

The 2008 Scarborough Chardonnay presented by Lee-Anne and Michael also won the White Wine of the Year Award closely followed by the beautiful 2007 Penna Lane Riesling.

The Red Wine of the Year was won by the 2006

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Wednesday 14th July 2010
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By TCOP

A recent rumour has been circulating that the Sydney Good Food and Wine Show is threatened with cancellation because it will conflict with the Throsby Creek Oenological Phalanx Wine of the Year Awards for 2010.

The Throsby Creek Awards will be held on Saturday 17th of July at 'The Shed' and it is believed that media attention and the internet

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Sunday 2nd August 2009
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By TCOP

The Bridgewater Mill Sparkling NV Adelaide Hill Pinot Noir Chardonnay has taken out the Throsby Creek Oenological Phalanx top award in a ceremony in the Hunter Valley last night. This great sparkling provided by the queen of bubbles,

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Thursday 30th July 2009
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By TCOP

The only sort of ceremonies you can have are glittering occassions, so the Throsby Creek Oenological Phalanx is having a glittering ceremony this Saturday in the Hunter Valley to award the 2009 Wine of the Year.

In a year where the Global Financial Crisis has had no impact on the Phalanx, the wines were of extraordinary quality. Sally's

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Tuesday 29th July 2008
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By TCOP

In a closely fought contest, the "Brilliant" and "Yummish" McLeish Estate 2004 Merlot has won the 2008 Throsby Creek Oenological Phalanx Wine of the Year. The $25 a bottle cracker was supplied by Manny

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Monday 28th July 2008
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By TCOP

The international and Australia wine community is eagerly awaiting the announcement of the 2008 Throsby Creek Oeneological Phalanx Wine of the Year Awards.

It has been said that the key awards, Best White, Best Red and the Wine of the Year, can be the difference between selling a million bottles of wine or 1,000,001 bottles. It's impact

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Wednesday 26th September 2007
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By TCOP
Thanks to the efforts of Chris and Manny, we had a fantastic trip to Mudgee for the wine of year awards.

Firstly, the trip was so well organised and planned, a massive thank you goes to Chris and Manny. The accommodation, the show bags, the winery tours, the eating and the big school bus were all tremendous. Thanks for the great effort (and

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Saturday 22nd September 2007
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By TCOP

The great Annies Lane Coppertrail Shiraz (2002) has won the prestigious Throsby Creek Oenological Phalanx Wine of the Year for 2007.

In a glittering ceremony at Mudgee, the Coppertrail just edged out the Chateau Moncontour sparkling and Yannock's Stephanie's dream Chardonnay.

Let the celebrations begin.




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