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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!!!
Wines to inspire romantic ‘I love you’s’, see the latest Top 5’s for cupid’s choice.
The flagship Cab for the Taylors clan is a very spicy savoury character sourced from the St Andrew’s vineyard in the Clare Valley. While there are plenty of sweet ripe spicy plum & currant fruit, there is also a liberal meaty oak wrapped in a
there are plenty of great wines in lighter or deeper hues that can inspire the romantic mood of the occasion. And now is the time to start searching for that distinctive bottle for your special someone. Maybe you have a romantic dinner planned and you
I thought that this article from the Sydney Morning Herald today would bring a smile to any wine lover’s (or bird lover’s) face. You know how you often see old CD’s flapping in the wind over the neighbour’s vege patch, well read on ……… Winemaker
Yeah, Cloudy Bay is still a tad cultish but I just had to try it as I had not tasted this Savvy B for quite a while… maybe the last time was when I pulled out a bottle of 2001 that was mouldering in the cellar
Lacking inspiration for something to calm the tennis nerves, no need for you to get as hot under the collar as Hewitt, see the latest Top 5’s for a calming influence.
Recently I attended a Sauvignon Blanc tasting that has made me think again about this varietal. I have noticed that there has been a growing number of people who have mentioned to me in the past year that they had moved on from Sauvignon Blanc,
Katnook is one of those brands that should appear as a constant in your cellar (and 2006 is a good Coonawarra vintage to start your cellar with). They produce classic Coonawarra wines that offer a nice balance between fruit concentration and structure without seeming to
This vintage of Dom is as superb as always. At this level of quality of wine, the enjoyment should be as complext and layered as the wine itself whether it be red, white or sparkling. The complexity of the toasted brioche, nutty maripan, citrus
The Margaret River, home to the Clairault winery, is recognised as having a similar climate to the Bordeaux region in France, home to the Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc grape varieties. It makes sense then, that this region produces some very drinkable Semillon Sauvignon Blanc blends