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La Paulée de Main Ridge

  • Dec 3, 2018
  • by Gabby Richardson
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  • 17 March 2019, 12:00 - 2:30pm Taking inspiration from La Paulée, a celebration of the end of harvest in Burgundy, Petit Tracteur Bistro presents a feasting-style lunch focusing on the great Chardonnays of the Mornington Peninsula and Burgundy. You'll have the chance to celebrate the evolving elegance and finesse of Chardonnay across an incredible list
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    Good Food Guide 2018: Petit Tracteur Review

  • Aug 13, 2018
  • by Gabby Richardson
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  • By Age Good Food Guide French farmhouse bistro, straight out of an M.F.K Fisher vision.  This restaurant (down a rough-grown garden path, towards a barn-like cottage overlooking a verdant valley) nails the whole French farmhouse bistro thing, with an Antipodean twist. Stuart Bell’s menu seems traditional at first glance – steak tartare, canard a l’orange,
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    Winter Wine Weekend

  • Jun 1, 2018
  • by Gabby Richardson
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  • By Ten Minutes by Tractor The Winter Wine Weekend, which is held over the Queen's Birthday long weekend in June, is only two weeks away and we have some great things to look forward to. We will be releasing all of our 2017 10X wines, and our chef and sommelier teams have been working on
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    The Secret to Great Pinot Noir

  • Jun 1, 2018
  • by Gabby Richardson
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  • By Jane Faulkner The quality of Australia’s pinot noir is at an all-time high as an increasing number of producers turn their focus to the vines, writes Jane Faulkner. We check in on Australia's Pinot Noir and how producers are working with it. Flirty, firm and fine. Structured, detailed and elegant. Hedonistic, ethereal and exclusive.
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    What will fill red burgundy’s place?

  • Jun 1, 2018
  • by Gabby Richardson
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  • By Jancis Robinson I'm a refugee', declared a particularly well-dressed attendee at a wine tasting in London last month, adding as he swirled a glassful of crimson liquid, 'and like all refugees I'm traumatised. Is this the same as burgundy, I wonder?' He may have a somewhat insensitive way of describing his flight from increasingly
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