You don’t have to be a gardener to appreciate the healing powers of a garden, whether it’s a shady spot under a big old fig tree, a leafy glade or a richly coloured, pillowy flowerbed. So when I push my way through the iron gates of the Adelaide Botanic Garden, I am instantly put at ease.
Ms Baillie said one of the highlights of the island for her was swimming with the dolphins in the shallow pure water. “Nothing could prepare me for it. It blew my mind. There would have been 40 wild dolphins around and below us,” she told Lunch Magazine.
The challenges of keeping the old while bringing in the new face Wynns senior winemaker Sue Hodder, who recently spoke with Lunch Magazine’s Mark Eggleton about the Coonawarra and this year’s Wynns releases For wine drinkers, Australia’s Coonawarra is probably the nation’s most iconic patch of dirt. Cracking through this often-parched strip of red earth [...]