The Marlborough Savvy that has renewed my interest in … well… Marlborough Savvy. There is some creaminess coming from lees with soft stonefruit characters pepped up with some lemon and
This should be called ‘au naturel’ Ant Moore. Not only has Mr Moore not manipulated the acidity of the wine, but it is a wine that is from pre-certified organic vineyard (they are awaiting certification) from the Upper Moutere Valley in
Current labelling between Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio can be quite confusing, but this wine is definitely in the Pinot Grigio realm.Firstly, the nose is of nutty pears, apple and is slightly and attractively floral. After a bumpy few of days of extreme heat, the
Based in the Adelaide Hills, if you have a GPS you can locate the exact location of the vines that produced this wine. (35o 0’54.84”S 138 o 50’3.25”E) A true sense of provenence??? In any case, this is
Today I have had an epiphany. By now you may have noticed that I often recommend a particular wine as a ‘good alternative to a Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc’… I have certainly not hidden the fact that I find many Marlborough Sauvignon Blancs like an acid
That is Castle Rock Estate from Porongurup in the Western Australian region of Great Southern not to be confused with Castle Rock Winery in California. Not that you could confuse it for anything but Sauvignon Blanc. A pretty, delicate and elegant Sauvignon Blanc. The aromas
This small family run Tasmanian winery has to be one of the finds of the year! And this très élégant Pinot Gris is delightfully true to varietal. It has plenty
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I recently took a day trip to the Hunter Valley. It is very easy to forget that this great wine region is still within easy enough reach of Sydney to make it a quick getaway spot. There are still many small producers to discover and
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I have discovered the colour of love. Kirrihill 2008 Adelaide Hills Sparkling Rose ($25) is just perfect. Gotta love Strawberries and cream in a bottle without the sugar hit. Serious but lot’s of fun! Enjoy!!!
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