Our Top 5 Articles of 2019

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On today, the last day of 2019 and indeed the decade, we take a quick look back at Howard Park's most read wine articles this year. 

Selecting a wine from wine cellar

1. 'How to cellar wine, without a cellar.'

Wine Club manager David Stredwick shared our top tips on how to cellar wine. Read all about it here.

Floral Installation at Howard Park Cellar Door

2. 'Nature's Pirouette Floral Art Installation'

In September De La Terre Florist installed our 3rd annual art installation at our Margaret River Cellar Door. Inspired by our Jeté collection of Methode Tratitionelle Sparkling wines and incorporating ballet shoes donated from West Australian Ballet. It's up until the end of January 2020 so there is still time to see it in person. Get all the details here.  

Howard Park Museum Riesling

3. 'What does a 15 year old Riesling taste like?'

One of Howard Park's loyal wine club members was generous enough to host a small group of friends to enjoy a 15 year vertical of our Howard Park Riesling. In this article he shares his personal notes on the wines, as well as some technical information from our wine club manager. Read about it here.

Howard Park Guest being served Oysters

4. 'Oysters & Riesling - An out of this world flavour combination.'

Here at Howard Park we've always loved the combination of Oysters & Riesling. So much so we host an annual summer event in January. This article delves into the 'science' of why this flavour combination is so complimentary. Find out more here

Riesling on barrel in Wine Cellar

5. 'The only constant is change. The evolution of Great Southern Riesling.'

Another popular Riesling. As we celebrated a 10 year anniversary for our Howard Park Porongurup Riesling, Wine Club Manager David explored how the variety has evolved. Take a read here.

Thank you to everyone that took the time to read our articles this year and we look forward to plenty more content in 2020. If you have any suggestions about what you would like us to cover then please get in touch on hpw@hpw.com.au.

We are a passionate bunch and we love talking about wine, Margaret River, the Great Southern and so much more.