Monthly Archives: October 2015

Turn vego? No thanks

Easting meat causes cancer. That’s the fearful message that all news outlets are spreading this morning. Never before have I been more afraid of getting into a conversation with a vegetarian and be slobbered with ‘I told you so’s. This … Continue reading

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Pinot Grigio / Gris, the Victorian way

The start to the week has us heading for a typical Melbourne Spring. Warm Monday then a baking Tuesday (well, it felt that way on the basketball courts). Then as I’m typing this, the nightly silence of my quiet street is … Continue reading

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Unico Zelo Berry Blosom Rosato Nebbiolo 2015, Clare Valley

Unico Zelo was established by Brendan and Laura Carter in 2012 but despite being a fledgling in this ultra competitive industry, it has an impressive portfolio of wines and even a perfume business wafting through the cool Adelaide Hills. They are … Continue reading

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Pastuso, the little Peruvian restaurant that could + Alta Alella Tallarol

Pastuso is a Peruvian cevicheria, pisco-bar and grill sitting at the end of ACDC Lane. It shares the bustling Flinders Lane block with Yu-U, Eau de Vie, Chin Chin and Lee Ho Fook. It is not the most noticeable establishment, … Continue reading

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