With a crisp chill in the morning air and fallen leaves underfoot, it's time to retreat from the garden for the comforting flavours of autumn in the kitchen. Squash, mushrooms, beetroot, celeriac, blackberries, apples and pears are all coming into season – beautiful earthy flavours that invite long, slow cooking and deep, satisfying red wine pairings.
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A few quirky ones along with the classics: Syrah-Viognier from an Austrian winemaker in the marine climate of the Fleurieu Peninsula south of Adelaide, old vine Garnacha from northern Spain, a powerful but elegant Priorat, and an Argentine Malbec and Syrah blend with a decidedly European wine-making style.