Jaeschkes Hill River Estate is a typical example of why riesling is arguably Australia’s greatest value for money wine.
It’s a competitive market place, particularly in the pre-Christmas season. It pays to shop around.
Bob Campbell MW started in the wine industry as an accountant and knows how much it takes to grow or buy grapes, harvest them, turn them into wine, age the wine in barrel before bottling it with screwcap or cork.
Rosé is the star of The Real Review’s current Top Value Wines of Australia list. Rosé scored the highest number of gold-ribbon scores, with nine wines. This is well ahead of all other categories.
Riesling is the variety that out-performed all other grape varieties in The Real Review’s Top Value Wines of Australia list.
Marlborough sauvignon blanc has emerged as one of the big winners in The Real Review’s Top Value Wines of New Zealand list.
In the absence of The Real Review Top Value Wines lists, how can you spot a bargain?
Riverina-based Berton Vineyards is one of the stand-out performers in The Real Review’s inaugural 2020 Top Value Wines list, which is published this week.
A quick scan of The Real Review Top Value Wines of New Zealand has unearthed several wines that Bob Campbell MW would not drink with unseemly haste.
For the last three months, we have been beavering away, tasting masses of wines priced $25 and less, to bring you The Real Review’s inaugural Top Value Wines of Australia and New Zealand.