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La Bise Wine Bar Open in Tanunda on Fridays

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We’re having lots of fun in our little space on Murray St in Tanunda, when it turns into a tapas and wine bar on Fridays.  Platters and soup (for winter), wine and music from lunch to evening.  Think the laneway wine bars of Melbourne’s Flinders Lane or Peel St in Adelaide – intimate, friendly and fun.  Grab a spot inside, or under the awning outside.

Fridays 12 pm to 9 pm

38a Murray St, Tanunda



What’s all the buzz about?

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InDaily’s wine editor Phillip White explores the buzz surrounding alternate varietals and talks to Tash about her experience working with these varieties.  Click on the link below to read the full story.

Making sense of the myriad new grape varieties


Not So Alternative

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The June 2016 issue of SA Life magazine tells the stories of South Australian winemakers making inroads into the world of alternative grape varieties, and they all happen to be female winemakers.  Click on the images to read the story.

SA Life June 2016 Alternative Varietals pg 1 SA Life June 2016 Alternative Varietals pg2

Change of Tempo: La Bise is a “Top Temp”

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Jeni Port puts the spotlight on the rise in popularity of Tempranillo in the Autumn 2015 issue of Wine Spectator, and ranks La Bise 2014 as a “Top Tempranillo”.  She describes the La Bise range as “consistently wowing reviewers” and the 2014 Adelaide Hills Tempranillo as “a generous flavour packed wine.”

If you’re intrigued by Tempranillo and want to learn more about the variety, Jeni’s report is interesting reading.

“Change of Tempo” Wine Selector Autumn 2015