There’s a time, and place, for colloquial wine terms. Fine dining is not one of them.
Johanneshof Cellars is perhaps best known for its intense gewürztraminer and pinot gris but their riesling, sauvignon blanc, rosé and Méthode sparkler have all historically hit the spot with me.
When the going gets tough … 2018 was a challenging vintage for Marlborough’s sauvignon blanc producers.
New Zealand Winegrowers 2018 Annual Report reveals that wine exports have grown continually for the past 23 years.
Topper’s Mountain Bricolage Blanc 2015, New England, AUD $30
It took me a nano-second to respond when asked: “Would you like to attend a vertical tasting of Chateau d’Yquem presented by the marketing director, Jean-Phillipe le Moine?”
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.
Brancott Estate startled London’s commuters in July by planting 50 fully mature grapevines at Kings Cross Station before moving them to Waterloo Station and later to London Bridge Station.
I tasted five new release Blank Canvas wines and was impressed by every label.