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05.07.19

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Q&A with Chris Coulter of Coulter Wines

If you’ve been keeping up to date with our latest wine recommendations, you may have noticed a particular brand cropping up recently, Coulter Wines.  The brainchild of Chris Coulter, this Adelaide Hills-based vintner has been causing a stir on the modern Australian wine scene with their small batch, minimal intervention wines.  So good, in fact,

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30.06.19

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6 Modern Australian Wines You Must Try

There’s a vast landscape of tipples out there and choosing a bottle you’re confident will satisfy your tastebuds, match your dinner menu or deliver you maximum bang for your buck can be a complicated undertaking. At Baedeker, we’re all about making wine appreciation easy, which is why we’ve compiled our current absolute favourite modern Australian

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31.05.19

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Baedeker Wine. Wine not?

Bringing to life a hidden wine mecca is thirsty work!   We were nearing the completion of our eclectic space; having just curated the last few antiquities that were to call our rotating bookcase home, and stocked the last nooks of our stone-floored, brick-walled wine cellar with the best national and international wines we could

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28.05.19

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Brisbane’s finest wine collection

Now our doors are reopen, we thought we’d share some little known facts about our humble, cosy wine bar.  It’s no secret the wine bar revolution has hit its peak in Australia, so what makes us stand out from the crowd? Well, aside from our beautiful venue (recently voted number one), it’s got to be

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13.05.19

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How long should you keep a red wine in a cellar?

You might have noticed us talking a lot recently about our unique, rustic event space, the Cellar – a prohibition inspired wine cellar hideaway, concealed behind a rotating bookcase.  The space is filled with antiquities and a beautiful 5m single length, Australian wood table making it the perfect place for food and wine pairings in

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25.02.19

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Behind the name

Baedeker – pronounced bey-di-ker – is from the German travel guide writer and publisher Karl Baedeker. After having found the site for the venue, the next on our list of to do’s was a name. Given that the bar pays homage to the golden years of travel it seemed fitting that when the name Baedeker

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