31 Jan 2018

Closeout deal on this delicious Rosé

Sometimes you just want something that is uncomplicated and straightforward without a lot of pretense, yet diverse enough to work with numerous venues. .... Continue reading Closeout deal on this delicious Rosé

Posted by Oliver   00:00:00

30 Jan 2018

Highly collectible Magnums from Hamilton Russell Vineyards

Hamilton Russell has been a pioneer and innovator of Burgundian varietals in South African since their inception in the 1980’s and they have kept improving what they do to stay ahead of the pack. .... Continue reading Highly collectible Magnums from Hamilton Russell Vineyards

Posted by Oliver   00:00:00

29 Jan 2018

A medium bodied Aussie Shiraz from an exceptional vintage

From one of the least known and understood regions in Australia comes a wine that will please almost anyone. .... Continue reading A medium bodied Aussie Shiraz from an exceptional vintage

Posted by Gregg   00:00:00

26 Jan 2018

Mates' Rates on Staff Favorite

Anyone who has Australian friends is sure to have heard the term “Mates Rates”. It is fairly self-explanatory, but basically means special pricing for friends and family. .... Continue reading Mates' Rates on Staff Favorite

Posted by Oliver   00:00:00

19 Jan 2018

A South African favorite - just released and very limited

It is reported that Julius Cesar said: “The die is cast” in 49 BC as he led his troops across the Rubicon River towards Rome. The decision to cross the Rubicon River marked a turning point in history from which it was impossible to turn back. .... Continue reading A South African favorite - just released and very limited

Posted by Gregg   00:00:00

16 Jan 2018

An Old Vine Chenin Blanc with real pedigree

We have been going on to anyone who will listen about how good the Chenin Blanc is from South Africa. We have become a little too geeky about it, comparing vine age and vintages from different producers. .... Continue reading An Old Vine Chenin Blanc with real pedigree

Posted by Oliver   00:00:00

13 Jan 2018

Coonawarra Cabernet at its finest

Outside the Margaret River region of Western Australia, South Australia's Coonawarra is recognized as that nation's premier Cabernet producing region. .... Continue reading Coonawarra Cabernet at its finest

Posted by Gregg   00:00:00

11 Jan 2018

Setting a new standard for South African Chardonnay

We have fallen in love with Chamonix Chardonnay over the last few vintages and it easy to see why. .... Continue reading Setting a new standard for South African Chardonnay

Posted by Gregg   00:00:00

08 Jan 2018

A World Class Cabernet from one of Chile's hottest producers

Casas del Bosque has been on a role the last few years, having been named as Chile's top winery several times, while producing a lineup across the board that would make most wineries envious. .... Continue reading A World Class Cabernet from one of Chile's hottest producers

Posted by Gregg   00:00:00

05 Jan 2018

The best sub $15 Pinot we have seen in a long time

This is the second release of this wine under the guidance of young French winemaker Baptiste Cuvelier, and the first since the inaugural 2012 vintage. .... Continue reading The best sub $15 Pinot we have seen in a long time

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03 Jan 2018

A hedonistic South African red

We rarely see the wines from Rudi Schultz, and when we do they are always in extremely limited supply. .... Continue reading A hedonistic South African red

Posted by Gregg   00:00:00

01 Jan 2018

Another terrific Pinot Noir value from Central Otago

Last year the 2014 vintage of the Mud House Pinot Noir was a Wine Spectator Top 100. .... Continue reading Another terrific Pinot Noir value from Central Otago

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