26 Jun 2014

The Field Blend - the first white from one of our favorite South African producers, Stark-Conde

Jose Conde, who's wines we have featured on numerous occasions, seems to continually push the envelope.
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Posted by Libby   00:00:00

24 Jun 2014

Delicious Provencal style of Rose from Chile

Chile has a wide variety of terroirs and has the ability to make some wines that would be confused for French wines in a blind tasting. .... Continue reading Delicious Provencal style of Rose from Chile

Posted by Gregg   00:00:00

20 Jun 2014

Another excellent 2010 out of McLaren Vale

Wirra Wirra is known for its eccentric and outlandish ideas and also for the high standard of its wines.
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Posted by Gregg   00:00:00

13 Jun 2014

Doing what McLaren Vale does best...

 Chester Osborne is one of the more recognizable personalities of McLaren Vale and through his work at d’Arenberg and his outspoken, friendly demeanor he is widely known and liked. .... Continue reading Doing what McLaren Vale does best...

Posted by Oliver   00:00:00

13 Jun 2014

A world class Bordeaux blend from Stellenbosch

This is fast becoming one of South Africa's flagship wines and in due time will turn out to be one of the finest New World reds that could easily be compared with some of the Old World's finest red Bordeaux.
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Posted by Gregg   00:00:00

11 Jun 2014

Interesting Rhone style white from the Cape

Fairview has been an innovator in the Cape winelands for decades. Charles Back took over the running of the farm from his father Cyril and has pioneered new grapes and regions.
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Posted by Gregg   00:00:00

10 Jun 2014

World Cup football and World Cup wine

You know a man has reached the pinnacle of fame when only his first name need be mentioned and it is recognized world wide. In Argentina the name Leo is immediately recognizable and makes one think of football, just like saying the word “Malbec” makes one think of Mendoza.
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Posted by Gregg   00:00:00

02 Jun 2014

Australia's viticultural gem

We love trying wines that are truely unique and very interesting wines from a specific little corner of the world. Australia has many outstanding wines, many of which do not make it out that country. .... Continue reading Australia's viticultural gem

Posted by Gregg   00:00:00

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