15 Apr 2017

An exceptional dry Aussie Riesling out of the Clare Valley

Riesling is one of our favorite white varieties, period. We love the flavors that one gets out of Riesling, but many people shy away from Riesling because of the perception that all Rieslings are sweet. .... Continue reading An exceptional dry Aussie Riesling out of the Clare Valley

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10 Apr 2017

The long awaited release of Boschendal's Rosé wine

Boschendal has a storied history, being a very early Cape wine farm and at one point having been owned by Cecil John Rhodes. .... Continue reading The long awaited release of Boschendal's Rosé wine

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07 Apr 2017

Garage Wine Co Soothsayers Ferment Cinsault - from old vine material out of the south of Chile

There is a quiet wine revolution taking place in southern Chile where focus is now on the very traditional varietals, that for hundreds of years have been the backbone of its industry. .... Continue reading Garage Wine Co Soothsayers Ferment Cinsault - from old vine material out of the south of Chile

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01 Apr 2017

An exceptional low alcohol Pinot Noir Rosé out of New Zealand

Rosé season is definitely on the way, and we are proud to be able to introduce a new style of Rosé, with all the fresh fruit flavors and crisp mouthfeel that you love, but with lower alcohol. .... Continue reading An exceptional low alcohol Pinot Noir Rosé out of New Zealand

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