One for the Cellar
The Wigan is named after winemaker Andrew Wigan and hails from the well drained, higher altitude soils of South Australia’s, Eden Valley. The Valley is one of Australia’s best regions for fine expressions of Riesling, the classic German grape. It is known for its lush
This is one Barossan for the cellar and it delivers some of that finesse that you might find in wines that carry a much higher price tag. Here amongst the coconut, chocolate oak offer up a spicy and smooth background to fresh cherry, cinnamon, mint,
This 2013 vintage is the 55th Signature and it does not disappoint. Each year Yalumba dedicates this wine to a ‘signatory’ in recognition of their achievements as part of the tight-knit team involved in making the eloquent Yalumba wines.
Who said that in the Game of Rhones that the only colour was blood red…..
Here are some of the wines from Fratelli Alessandria …….
Until the early 2000’s, Wolf Blass Black Label was the pinnacle of the Wolf Blass line which sported those quirky coloured tombstone shaped labels. Then came Platinum Label, a straight varietal Shiraz. A departure for the eponymous brand founded by the winemaker with the moniker
Under the current custodianship of Chester Osborn, d’Arenberg has continued to flourish with new wines being introduced regularly to keep the brand fresh. While some of the newer wines have names that seem bonkers, such as The Cenosilicaphobic Cat Sagrantino Cinsault and Stephanie the Gnome
Adorned with a simple black and white label, this purple hued syrah is sourced partly from Washington State’s Walla Walla Valley AVA as well as from the greater Columbia Valley AVA. The award winning Gramercy Cellars is the passion of founder Greg Harrington, who believes
Andrew Thomas from Thomas Wines has more than a couple of stories to tell, but in the spirit of his philosophy of ‘keeping it simple’, for now I will focus on just two … One is a story about semillon from one of the renowned
The chardonnay grape is having its own brand of renaissance and we have not had to wait around for centuries to see the result. In the eighties and nineties, wine drinkers in Australia and around the world could not get enough chardonnay. We loved the