Qantas Inflight magazine recommends the Brash ZBO Zibibbo in its April edition. Written by wine writer Peter Bourne, the article explores the “Orange” wine craze which is sweeping the nation. Orange wines are white wines made like reds, meaning the skins stay in the fermenter a lot longer than normal to make wines with more tannin and complexity than…

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The Brash Higgins‘ 2015 “ZBO” Zibibbo is off and running, again,with a super healthy, natural wild ferment. 2015 wines all look great, with all the fruit now in the winery and happy as Larry, as they say here. A great feeling, and a couple new things on deck, as well. BH

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Two of the oldest arts known to man, winemaking and pottery, intersect with the Brash Higgins Amphora Project. Watch Adelaide potter John Bennett’s hands as he smooths the final ropes of clay to an amphora destined to house one of the BH amphora wines. Visit the potter at www.bennettsmagillpottery.com.au

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Brash Higgins’ second vintage of ZBO zibibbo fruit is here and nestled safely into their locally made amphora. Much like our NDV nero d’Avola, Brash Higgins is super stoked to be the first to raise this crazy white grape variety in amphora in Australia. Must be tasted to be believed.

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The first Brash Amphora white has been released this week; just in time before Christmas feasts and celebrations. 100% Zibibbo was fermented on skins in our amphora for 5 months before being bottled in early December. A definite “Alice in Wonderland” wine where things don’t always seem to be as they are. Perfect match with…

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