The Real Review’s Top Wineries events continue to build momentum. The Melbourne events, held between August 6 and 9, were very strongly supported.
The Real Review’s Top Wineries of Australia 2022 dinner, held at Monopole restaurant on July 19, saw chef Brent Savage serve up a superb meal that expertly matched the wines.
More than 220 wine-lovers enjoyed 124 wines from 31 of The Real Review’s Top Wineries of Australia 2022 at Establishment Level 1 in Sydney on July 17.
This month at The Real Review we are celebrating the Top Wineries of New Zealand 2022. Here, we’re tasting two contrasting reds: a pinot noir and a Bordeaux blend.
This month at The Real Review we are celebrating the Top Wineries of New Zealand 2022. Here, we taste three chardonnays from 2020 vintage.
Valli: Intense, stylish pinot noir from three Central Otago sub-regions and Waitaki. Man O’ War Vineyards: Concentrated, textural wines, often with a character all of their own. Rapaura Springs: Rapaura Springs celebrates Marlborough’s sub-regions with grape varieties that play to the region’s strengths. Astrolabe Wines: Serious Marlborough sauvignon blanc in sub-regional styles.
This month at The Real Review we are celebrating the Top Wineries of New Zealand 2022.
Akarua: Trophy-winning, fruit-forward pinot noir that wows wine judges year after year. Misha’s Vineyard: This quality-focused Bendigo producer plays to the region’s strengths with a strong focus on pinot noir. Giesen Wine Estate: Giesen is one of the country’s most successful producers of Marlborough sauvignon blanc. Forager Wine: Forager wine is the love-project of rock-star winemaker, Dom Maxwell.
Bob Campbell MW was delighted to learn from Matt Dicey that they plan to release a two-litre bag-in-box containing Central Otago pinot noir.
Amisfield: One of Central Otago’s consistently top pinot noir makers. Cloudy Bay: Cloudy Bay achieved enviable international success with sauvignon blanc but achieves a high standard across its range. Mondillo Vineyards: Intense, ripe pinot noir from the Bendigo region. Greywacke: ‘Wild’ sauvignon blanc for sauvignon drinkers who dare to walk on the wild side.