Central Otago winemaker Quartz Reef has been making some of the country’s best bottle-fermented sparkling wine for more than 20 years.
We’ve never had a better crop of pinots than the 2017s.
Ferngrove Independence Rosé 2017, Great Southern, AUD $23
The Macedon Ranges is a small wine region that struggles to be heard above the noise created by the more famous regions. It should be better known, as the wines deserve acclaim.
Yabby Lake chief winemaker Tom Carson, one of Australia’s most lauded winemakers and a senior wine show judge, has many runs on the board as a maker of pinot noir, chardonnay and other varietals.
Framingham, a Marlborough winery that earned first place in our Top Winery Classification, has just released a new range of wines called Nobody’s Hero.
This week’s New & Noteworthy is a reminder that Treasury Wine Group serves up a lot of very inexpensive everyday drinking wines that are well-made and great value for money.
You are excused for being confused at Mt Difficulty’s wine branding, but the good news is that they have simplified it by dropping the Growers Series labels.
It’s been a bugbear of mine for years that still rosé wines are not as good as they should be.
Archangel is a 23 ha wine estate at Queensberry, about 15 minutes’ drive south of Wanaka in Central Otago.