27 Apr 2015

Without a doubt one of SA's best Pinotages

If you are a fan of South African wines then the Kanonkop label is no stranger to you. Recognized as being at the upper tier of South African producers, it has been referred to as South Africa's Grand Cru, 1st Growth producer. .... Continue reading Without a doubt one of SA's best Pinotages

Posted by Oliver   00:00:00

21 Apr 2015

Technology and Mechanization will never be a Substitute for Passion - just ask Niels!

Without a doubt one of the best things about our job is the opportunity to try wines that are made by very dedicated and passionate people and then actually being able to sell the end product. .... Continue reading Technology and Mechanization will never be a Substitute for Passion - just ask Niels!

Posted by Gregg   00:00:00

06 Apr 2015

This dog can hunt!!

Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc can struggle to distinguish itself in the mind of the consumer. There are many cheaper brands that have flooded the market and driven prices down, but when you taste one of the best that Marlborough has to offer, it is easy to justify the extra money spent. .... Continue reading This dog can hunt!!

Posted by Gregg   00:00:00

04 Apr 2015

As good as you will find for the money

Yalumba is the oldest family owned winery in Australia, and they are responsible for producing some of the better wines form the Barossa Valley. .... Continue reading As good as you will find for the money

Posted by Gregg   00:00:00

01 Apr 2015

A world class DRY Riesling!

Riesling is not a well understood grape in the sense that many wine drinkers think they are all on the sweeter side. This goes back to Germany’s history with the grape, but dry Australian Rieslings have quietly been getting huge scores and winning fans for decades. .... Continue reading A world class DRY Riesling!

Posted by Gregg   00:00:00

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