Auckland’s Northern Club invited its members to bring a special bottle of wine for a blind-tasting and a light meal.
Bob Campbell MW trawled through his tastings of chardonnays on The Real Review tasted during the past seven or eight months in search of “super second” wines that punch well above their weight.
The news that Domaine Chandon Australia had produced a ‘méthode ancestrale’ sparkling wine immediately pricked up Huon Hooke’s ears.
Yellowglen is celebrating its 50th anniversary, although there is a bit of poetic licence in the number.
ALDI’s new organic El Toro Macho Spanish red is a wine that was always waiting to be made.
More evidence that New Zealand deserves to be in the Big Boy’s Chardonnay Club emerged at a Villa Maria sponsored Great Chardonnays of the World tasting.
Taylor’s has dug deep into their valuable reserves of very old port to offer Taylor’s Single Harvest 1896 to a limited number of lucky, and presumably wealthy, port lovers.
This is Nebbiolo Prima, one of the most important wine tasting events in Italy, showcasing the new releases of the region.
Bob Campbell MW’s love for sherry was rekindled recently when he took delivery of three bottles of Tio Pepe especially bottled for their Palma collection.
Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blancs 2009 marks the 50th anniversary between the first and most recent Dom Ruinart vintages, but the choice was not for sentimental or ceremonial reasons.