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'Next in Wine: Survival and Succession' tells the story of the Brown family's 4th generation daughters as they experience the trials and successes of bringing a new wine to life.

Created by Dundas Media in partnership with Foxtel's Lifestyle Channel, this documentary shines a spotlight on the inspiring story of the Brown family's 4th generation — a lineage predominantly comprised of women — as they bring Tarrango, an innovative new wine made especially for the Australian climate, to market.

Delving into rich family history with a behind-the-scenes look at one of Australia's first families of wine, viewers are invited to experience the world of winemaking and the remarkable journey of bringing a new wine to life, with all the setbacks and drama in between.

Pour a glass, and click play to watch the feature-length documentary below.

“With the introduction of Tarrango, we’re looking to redefine red wine as the drink of summer, and hopefully, create a whole new wine category in Australia.”

– Katherine Brown, 4th Generation

People picking fruit off vines in summer
Katherine Brown & Simon Mcmillan assessing Tarrango fruit
foxtel documentary still - Emma Brown interview


A nod to our next generation.

'Next in Wine' is more than a documentary; it's an immersive experience that showcases the power of storytelling, innovation, and determination in the world of winemaking.

Through the lens of the Brown family and the lens of the camera, this documentary celebrates the legacy, the challenges, and the triumphs that come with passing down the torch to the next generation. It's a tale of resilience, creativity, and the sweet taste of success.

Inspired? Thirsty?

Read on to learn more about this salacious red grape, and why the rest of Australia has too, fallen for Tarrango.

A glass and bottle of Tarrango, sitting on an outdoor table next to a BBQ overlooking a park

A Beginner's Guide to Chilled Red Wine

There’s no denying the environment plays a huge role in winemaking; with climate, terroir, and vineyard cultivation all influencing how a bottle of wine is both made and ultimately enjoyed. Enter Tarrango.

Bottle of Tarrango next to glass of red wine

Meet Tarrango: Australia's Newest Chilled Red

We all know red wine should be drunk at room temperature. Right? Not quite. Most red wines are actually designed to be enjoyed at “cellar temperature”. This might sound like a trivial difference, but with cellar temperature considered to be 16 or 17 degrees, it’s considerably cooler than your kitchen bench.


Juicy, light and best served chilled.

You can find the 2022 Tarrango at our Milawa cellar door, online at Brown Family Wines or in the Rosé and chilled-red section of your local Dan Murphy’s.