Wine Lover's Guide To Australia

Presenters Pria Viswalingam, Maryann Egan, Grant van Every

Popular and critically acclaimed SBS series on everything from the history of wine-making in Australia to the challenges of growing new grape varieties; from wine-making to wine etiquette. Read More

Product details
  • DVD
    Product Type:
  • 4
    Discs:
  • Genre:
  • 675 mins
    Running Time:
  • 4:3
    Aspect Ratio:
  • All
    Region:
  • PAL
    Format:
  • Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
    Audio:
  • 21st May 2008
    Release Date:
  • Rating:
  • $39.95
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Overview

Wine Lovers' Guide To Australia, the popular and critically acclaimed SBS television series touches on everything from the history of wine-making in Australia to the challenges of growing new grape varieties; from wine-making to wine etiquette.

Host Pria Viswalingam, wine expert Grant van Every and respected wine-maker Maryann Egan guide you through Australia's beautiful and diverse wine-growing regions as well as four wine growing regions in New Zealand, to meet and mix with the characters involved in wine-making.

From the amateur to the aficionado, Wine Lovers' Guide to Australia has something for everyone.

Language: English, Japanese
Subtitles: English
Barcode: 9322225068377

Product Reviews (2)

11 Nov 2010 19:06 AEST
Ken Blackwell
from: Hunter Valley, NSW
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I am disappointed that this 'product' of SBS was not made available in hard copy as I have a HC printed in 1999 (Edited by Jill Sykes) and only recently asked SBS would a HC (updated edition) be produced. SBS kindly referred me to this DVD availability. The electonic media appeals to many but there are still a few of us that prefer to read the written word as one does in the world wine, food and bookshops. ta

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28 Apr 2010 9:52 AEST
Andrew McPhee
from: Wodonga
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I bought the DVD set and think this is a really good series, it explains every subject concerning wine in Australia. But the DVD lacks an episode guide so it is impossible to find segments to watch again. Why was this basic requirement ignored? And the SBS website is no help, it seems to have disowned and deleted all reference to it (even though both series have very recently been repeated).

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