Brash Higgins’ winemaker and vinitor, Brad Hickey, was profiled in America’s Food & Wine Magazine recently by Christina Pickard. Here’s what she had to say: American Winemakers Down Under “Raising Expectations in McLaren Vale” “McLaren Vale has long struggled to shake its reputation as a bulk wine region. It’s the last place you’d expect to find pithy, ginger-and-lemon tea…

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Ah, Winter in McLaren Vale. Not so warm this time of year. Finished pruning theSHZ on Omensetter Vineyard recently at Brash Higgins HQ. Following the lunar calendar, we had a long stretch of beautiful weather over a few Fruit Days to comfortably hand prune the 9 acres of premium SHZ. CBSV up next, then NDV. Pic by Angela Lisman angelalismanphotography.com.au/

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Brash Higgins has freshly bottled a brand NEW MRLO Merlot for your drinking pleasure. Fermented wild and aged in our Clay Amphora, it is fresh and slick drinking, but very limited. Express interest now wine@brashhiggins.com as the MRLO will be on the go early May 2015 to Bandwagon Members FIRST.

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The storm clouds they gathered and as a grape grower, it was white knuckle time again for Brash Higgins Wine Co. So much of the harvest is out of the grower’s control; the weather, disease, insects and birds clearly have a mind of their own. On the heels of a healthy, dry 2010 harvest, disease…

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We’ve been preparing our vineyard to harvest our very first crop of the red wine grape Nero d’Avola.  It’s a new variety to Australia and I’m going to put it under a new label I’ve been working on, which shall remain a secret for a little while longer. As a relative newcomer to this district,…

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