Three newly-released Craggy Range wines from the excellent 2020 vintage reflect place as well as very favourable conditions through the ripening period.
This iconic Martinborough wine producer appears to be maintaining top form with its latest releases, mostly from the top 2019 and 2020 vintages.
Since 2016, the Ghost Town vineyard has been a permanent, and important, addition to Mt Difficulty and now features chardonnay, pinot noir and syrah.
Frenchman’s Hill Estate is a small Waiheke Island vineyard sited on steep, north-facing slopes at the base of the Te Whau Peninsula.
Billy Button is an exciting winery in north-east Victoria, which has established an impressive array of wines since its debut in 2014, specialising in alternative varieties.
There are now three Frankland Estate shirazes, the quality having risen to such a height that it’s now possible to field a $120 reserve-style bottling under the SmithCullam label.
Marisco Vineyards Craft Series represents a new flagship range of wines that appears to be driven by an intimate knowledge of their Marlborough vineyards.
One of Australia’s most outstanding wines, Henschke Hill of Grace, has been released.
Church Road has positioned a new 1 Single Vineyard series of wines in the large gap between Grand Reserve and their flagship label, Tom.
The occasion is the fifth release of the company’s top wine, Vasse Felix Tom Cullity 2017. And there is no better example of a heritage-clone cabernet sauvignon malbec, according to Virginia Willcock.