Len Evans writes
An interview with Len Evans
Winepros took a trip to the Hunter to ask Len Evans his views on the Hunter Valley's past, present, and future.
Hunter Valley Personalities
Len Evans looks at the winemakers who have helped shape the Hunter Valley into what it is today.
Dining out in the Hunter Valley
Tired of eating out in Sydney? Let Len Evans, bon viveur, guide you round his pick of Hunter Valley restaurants.
The Hunter Valley - a life of leisure
Len Evans talks about two of his passions in life: golf; and the Hunter Valley!
James Halliday writes
The Hunter Valley - A personal odyssey
James Halliday has always been strongly influenced by the draw of Hunter Valley. The wines were the first he tasted, it was the first region he visited, and it was where he started his first vineyard.
A case of keeping it in the family
It may sound strange, but three family dynasties have been at the forefront of the development of the Hunter Valley wine industry for three centuries.
Regional Feature - Growing delight of the Hunter
Regional shows provide a great opportunity to assess the current state of vinous health of the region, and are one of the best ways I know of unearthing the existence of new wineries.
Food and Wine
Rick Stein at Loggerheads
Rick Stein, the famous seafood chef, coordinated a dinner, with wines from Tower Estate, for 120 people at the Hunter Valley's Roberts Restaurant.
Tetsuya's and Lindemans Classic Release Wines
What a way to spend a Friday afternoon. The most delicate and delectable food from the master of the kitchen, Tetsuya Wakuda, paired with seven special wines from the Lindemans Classic Wine Program.
Lindemans Bin 3303 Hunter River Burgundy 1966
Home alone, James Halliday raids his extensive cellar for an old Hunter Classic to go with a light supper.
Some Grand Old Hunter
One of the greatest problems facing lovers of red wine is the availability of old wine. With Museum Releases from companies like Lindemans, here's a good chance to see what the Hunter can do.
Tyrrells Vat 1 Semillon 1965-1997
There are no tricks to Tyrrells Vat 1; that is the very nature of all of the great Hunter Semillons, which are a celebration of a unique marriage of climate, terroir and variety.
Tyrrells Vat 9 Shiraz 1980-1995
Tyrrells Vat 9 is a first class Hunter Shiraz, which has an illustrious show record, and which ages magnificently, gaining complexity without losing richness and generosity.
Lindemans Hunter River Shiraz (Burgundy) 1959-1991
As these notes will show, the Lindemans Hunter River Burgundies can live for 40 years or more. They have their own inimitable style, and are a vital part of Australia's wine heritage.
Brokenwood Graveyard Shiraz 1983-1995
Brokenwood Graveyard Hermitage has rightly claimed a place for itself as one of the Hunter Valley's - indeed Australia's - best red wines.
Facts and Figures
Regional Spotlight - Hunter Valley
James Halliday's comprehensive overview of the Lower and Upper Hunter Valleys, detailing the region's transformation into the most important in New South Wales.
Principal wine Styles - Hunter Valley
James Halliday's in depth look at the grape varieties that have made the Hunter Valley famous.
Regional Statistics - Hunter Valley
All the facts and figures from Australia's favourite wine region, The Hunter Valley.
Hunter Valley Wineries
Winepros comprehensive list of all of the wineries in both the Upper and Lower Hunter Valleys.
Hunter Valley Vintage Archive
The resiliant Hunter Valley triumphs against this adversity time and time again, consistently producing good wines, and in many vintages, great wines!
The 2001 St George Bank Hunter Valley Wine Show
A brief summary and a round up of results from the 2001 Hunter Valley Wine Show.