While in Margaret River for the 50th-anniversary knees-up, I was fortunate to attend a tasting of no less than 34 bottles of teroldego.
Rosé is on a roll, according to a number of wine retailers. It is probably no coincidence that the wines are also better than ever with a wider range of styles than I’ve previously encountered.
I’m noticing that there are more and more really tasty, enjoyable pinots that sell for moderate prices.
New Zealand’s top riesling producer has again released an array of absolutely top wines from the 2017 vintage.
Pinot meunier is known as the lesser of the three Champagne grape varieties, but Arras chief winemaker Ed Carr is a fan.
I recently reviewed the wine range at the Te Mata winery with winemaker Phil Brodie on hand to provide background information.
Luciano Sandrone is one of the great names of Barolo, a wine I love dearly.
A case of twelve samples of pinot gris from Mornington Peninsula arrived on my doorstep recently.
Alternative varieties are great fun to taste. There are more and more of them, and they’re increasingly interesting.
I’ve nearly finished tasting 126 samples of New Zealand sauvignon blanc.