My Must Follow Twitter List

Hello all you wine lovers I have comprised a Twitter list in my blog that I believe relates to the concept of organic food and wine making as extra resources to backup my blog. Included in the list are a mixture of other wineries and organic garden growing ideas. So not only can you get good ideas from my blog, but also gain inspiration from similar blogs and websites by following them on Twitter through my Twitter list provided  at the bottom of this post.

In my list I have included my favourite down to earth chef; Jamie Oliver listed as a definite person to follow. He is very inspirational to me. He has a love of home-grown fruits and vegetables, cooking at home, family lifestyle and is not afraid to get creative and messy in the kitchen. Oliver is all about olive oil and flavour. One of my favourite recipes of his is his stone oven cooked pizza.

Jamie is also is very knowledgeable about preserving his vegetables. This is very useful when you have a vegetable garden or fruit trees of any kind, because there may come a point where you have too many chillies and capsicums in your garden you won’t know what to do with them all. I can give you information on how to preserve and pickle your veggies and this is a great way to be able to have your organic products all year round. I mean, what happens if you feel like apple pie is summer? Granny Smiths only grow in the Autumn months. However, say you had preserved them last winter and you have them in jars at the back of your cupboard. HEY PRESTO all of a sudden you can cook up a delicious home made apple pie whenever you want, everyday even.

So here is my Twitter List:

  1. Muma Avocado (@MumaAvocado) The passionate views of a naturopath and herbalist who believes in wholesome foods and a healthy lifestyle and for children to flourish in a natural and healthy environment.
  2. Yalumba (@yalumba) Barossa Valley Winery. Australia’s oldest family owned winery. This Family winery has now got an extensive and growing use of natural yeast for a vegetarian based wine. The wild yeast is used in both red and white wine and there is commitment in trying to avoid animal based fining agents.
  3. Wine Blogs (@WineHype)“The source for #winelovers who are looking for a good #wine reads and reviews by professionals and #winos from across the world.”
  4. Jamie Oliver (@jamieoliver) He has a passion for good food and good wine. He loves his homegrown fruits and vegetables. A great inspiration.
  5. Cityfood Growers (@yourfoodgarden) “Urban farming services, including online guide to growing 300+ fruit, veggies, herbs and native food plants…” “Grow your own food organically… it doesn’t get any better.”
  6. Melb Food and Wine (@Melbfoodandwine)“Makers of Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. Shares edibles and drinkables, foodie happenings, plus latest Festival news. #mfwf Melbourne –
  7. Country Wine Making (@counrtywine)“Learning ancient recipes for making wine. We share recipes you can make from ingredients you’ll possibly find right in your own backyard…”
  8. Yarra Valley (@YarraRanges)“Renowned for its extraordinary range of food and wine experiences, the Yarra Valley prides itself on exceptional quality, variety and passion for producing Victoria’s best wines.”
  9. (@homelifecomau)“Ideas and inspiration for your living spaces with help from Inside Out and Country Style magazines. Australia –
  10. Laura Klein (@OranicAuthorit)“Devoted to delicious foodie culture

I hope you all find this list helpful and interesting. Please leave comments if you wish to add your own suggestions or queries. 


About marcetic

Amanda is an imaginative and enthusiastic writer currently studying a Masters of Writing and Literature at Deakin University. She is passionate about her family, friends, good food and good music (and maybe that glass of Sav Blanc too). Catching the travel bug at fifteen, Amanda liked what Europe had to offer and after graduating high school she took on a work and travel gig with her twin sister in 2012. She spent the adventurous and rewarding year waitressing in England, bike riding in Tuscany, getting caught in the rain in Spain (literally) and visiting family in Croatia. Now Amanda lives in Melbourne where culture and cuisine come alive and while she completes her post-graduate studies, she will work towards landing the job of her dreams within the writing, editing and publishing industry.
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