Winery of the Week – Bass Phillip

It's not uncommon to find Bass Phillip and “outstanding” in the same sentence in reviews and on social channels. This winery is basically a story of “quality over quantity", meaning low-yield farming. Bass Phillip achieves crop yields of 1 to 1.3 tonnes of grapes per acre (compared to the average in Australia’s wine industry which [...]

Winery of the Week – Bass Phillip2022-03-16T04:23:01+00:00

Daz’s Dish – Stracciatella

Daz's Dish - Stracciatella, pickled melon, Davidson plum and fennel crunch Another fresh curd fruit number, a typical TBDS dish. It’s a little nod to our beloved wine bar Oma, where we served melon with Davison plum salt and chilli and had a little stracciatella dish with pickled peaches alongside some cracking natural wines. It’s [...]

Daz’s Dish – Stracciatella2022-03-16T04:23:51+00:00

Winery of the Week – Pennyweight

SWEET WINES - THE VERY GOOD KIND. On a hill just outside of the town of Beechworth, VIC sits Pennyweight Winery - a small traditional winery, owned and operated by the 4th and 5th generation winemakers, the Morris family. The name Morris has been synonymous with the wine industry for over 150 years. Elizabeth Morris [...]

Winery of the Week – Pennyweight2022-02-22T23:31:51+00:00

Meet the Chef!

Mark Hannell – Head Chef | Melbourne My obsession for the hospitality industry started when I was a lost 20 year old party kid who had just moved to London, I luckily landed a job within the ottolenghi group, where I stayed for 5 years. That changed my life forever. I moved to Melbourne in [...]

Meet the Chef!2022-02-15T04:10:15+00:00