Here are some of the wines from Fratelli Alessandria …….
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
In continuing the celebration of New South Wales Wine, even though the Festival is done for the year, here are some wine recommendations that I have tasted recently that define the innovative nature of the state’s winemaking community plus some classics. These are only a
An enjoyable introduction to the Coonawarra from the Katnook team renowned for their consistently good reds from the region. Founder’s Block is the introductory tier and is a good source of excellent value wines that are approachable, food friendly & more importantly gluggable. There has
d’Arenberg has recently given many of their wines a fresh, slick new look and The Sticks and Stones 2010 is now sporting distinctive new togs. An allsorts bag blending Spain (Tempranillo and Garnacha/Grenache) and Portugal
Here are five great Australian reds ….
Last month, I was privileged to get a sneak peak at New Zealand’s Craggy Range 2013 vintage wines, including two from the exciting Gimblett Gravels region near Hawkes Bay. According to Steve Smith MW, Craggy Range’s Wine and Viticulture Director, ‘it was the vintage of
Majella Musician 2012 ($18) – A Coonawarra gem that is a blend of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon and 40% Shiraz. Lashings of blackcurrant and plum fruit are complemented with some soft vanilla and earthy dried herbs. Soft and silky, the musician is well integrated enough to