The private tasting group that I belong to recently held a tasting of 2015 red Bordeaux.
Fromm is one of Marlborough’s highest performing wine producers, thanks at least in part to the dedication of winemaker, Hätsch Kalberer, who teamed up with founder George Fromm in 1992.
Each year James Young, who sells Torbreck wines in Sydney, drops in to my place and pours the latest batch of Torbreck wines for me to taste.
Yalumba winemaker, Kevin Glastonbury, made a brief visit to Auckland to show off five vintages of The Signature.
My last tasting before leaving home included a number of durifs and malbecs, full-bodied Aussie reds that go well with hearty winter foods.
Greywacke winemaker and founder, Kevin Judd, knows a thing or two about chardonnay.
In my latest sauvignon blanc and sauvignon/semillon blends tasting, I found several rippers, some Kiwi, some Aussie.
Greywacke is the now well-established and highly regarded label of Cloudy Bay’s founding winemaker, Kevin Judd.
Doug Neal has been the winemaker at Paradise IV near Geelong for 13 years and in recent years has been associated with the Del Rios winery at Anakie.
Ant Mackenzie is a nice guy and a very experienced winemaker. Ant sent me his range of Theory & Practice wines to review.