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5 Trends Shaping Australia’s Food Scene

A lowdown on what's happening in the delicious world Down Under.


Our G&T Australian Special focuses on the delights springing from what is fast becoming the next culinary capital of the southern hemisphere.

  • #01: COLOUR PLAY

    Here’s the thing about orange wine: It’s a bit of a misnomer, seeing how the wine is not made from, well, oranges. It’s made using white grapes; these are mashed – skins and seeds included – and left in cement or ceramic vessels for a year or more. Little to no additives are used, so orange wines have a nuttier and slightly sour profi le, thanks to oxidation. In Australia, progressive winemakers are starting to pick up on this natural style of winemaking, working primarily with sauvignon blanc.

    Local wine retailer Artisan Cellars carries a Jauma label that is a natural Australian orange wine. #B1-01 Palais Renaissance. Tel: 6838-0373