Made by a mad ex-chemistry student just north of Sydney. Far more fruity than I'd usually drink but is' tasty! It's still relatively 'handmade' so I've had the odd batch that wasn't that great - Colin's a lovely guy who sent me a new case direct when I dropped him an email!
I'm far from an expert. Tend to stick to reliable Shiraz from the local bottle shop - anything that's on special! :)
I'm actually fairly adventurous when trying new beers, wines & any other alcohol. Obviously at the moment that goes without saying, every new country in South America has some new beer/alcohol to discover! But even when living in Oz, I used to love going to bottle shops where they had beers from all over the world, and a good wine selection.
And I'd often try a wine based on the label, and usually so long as I picked a decent price point I'd do okay, and sometimes discover something new & wonderful.
I think my favourite lagerat the moment is Stone and Wood, tastes so light, fresh and clean compared to all the other Australian beers. I miss English Ales from living in the UK though, Golden Champion was my favourite bottled ale.
::south America definately has some nice beers Dave. the Candeleraria Clasica was quite a favourite, little bit nicer than the aqua diente.::
Haven't found anything "great" yet, but all very drinkable. Though there's a home brew beer by an Aussie living in Cusco that's pretty good, sold from just a couple of bars on tap. Not sure of the name, or even if it has a name yet, if I recall my chat with the brewer (which was at the start of a very drunk night).
Actually... do recall some very nice local/boutique brews in Buenos Aires, no idea what they were called though... and Beagle beer down in Ushuaia ("end of the world", beside the Beagle Channel) was pretty good too.