Made in Adelaide Hills

I have been sitting on this post for three weeks now. I just haven’t gotten it out. Two reasons: number one is time, and number two is perfectionism. I wanted it to be good, because Adelaide Hills was soooo good. It deserved a good post. Yes, time was my worst enemy, and I think perfection can wait until next time. Good enough is what rules today. Adelaide Hills is a cute area next to Adelaide city with vineyards, little towns and a wildlife reserve. Continue reading “Made in Adelaide Hills”

Tasting Australian Natural Wines is Sydney

I am so jetlagged. It’s been three days here in Sydney, half way through our stay in the biggest city of Australia, and I am having issues sleeping when I am supposed to be sleeping. But I guess it’s true what they say that it takes about a week to really get used to the time difference. The positive thing is that I have been awake in the evenings, so we have had the chance to enjoy the city’s wine bars. As usual, we come well prepared due to the extensive research conducted (solely) by M, and we have found awesome places. So as I am waiting for my brain to adjust, I will share with you some recommendations. I have focused mostly on Australian natural wines. Continue reading “Tasting Australian Natural Wines is Sydney”

To the Other Side of The World

That time of the year is coming. Christmas! And those who have followed the blog for some time know, that when Christmas comes, our little family takes off somewhere warm. For a month. This is our substitute for having a summer holiday. Most years, we have headed towards South East Asia. Its warm, affordable and easy living. No good wine though – just good beer and cocktails. However, this year will be different. Very different! We will take the plunge and head almost as far as one can go from Sweden, to Australia. And it will be a fantastic adventure. But before we go, I wanted to check out a few things about Australian wine. Continue reading “To the Other Side of The World”