Monthly Archives: September 2016

2014 Spring Vale Pinot Noir

First up, let me tell you, I do not get sick of Tassie Pinot Noir.  If I was going to be a bit bias I’d go to the lengths of saying that nobody (that I know of) gets sick of … Continue reading

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2016 LiNO RaMBLe Pee Wee Nero d’Avola Rosé

I found it interesting that, even though I knew what the ‘Pee Wee’ reference meant, my wife immediately thought of ‘Pee Wee’ Wilson of The Delltones (not showing her age much). The actual reference is to the small marbles of … Continue reading

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2015 Hentley Farm Old Legend Grenache

“Old Legend” conjures up so many thoughts but I would never had associated it with Grenache.  Attaching the term to this wine is going to etch it into the minds of many I’ve not doubt, especially when you get the … Continue reading

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2010 Teusner Avatar Grenache Mataro Shiraz

Normally I wouldn’t post a review about an ‘older’ wine but this one deserves it.  The down side to opening this wine is, I realise it’s been a while since I bought some of it! This fella is dressed to … Continue reading

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2014 Lyons Will Pinot Noir

I love discovering new wineries, even more so when they make Pinot Noir and good Pinot Noir at that. No point in mincing words.  It’s varietal in every way the variety is supposed to be.  Pretty basic I know but that’s … Continue reading

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2015 Serrat Shiraz Viognier

I’ve decided not to tell you about the crew at Serrat.  I would much prefer to tell you about their wines and I’m going to start with this one.  And what a way to start! This just reeks of quality … Continue reading

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2016 Hentley Farm Rosé

This may sound a little harsh but I sometimes wonder what is trying to be achieved with some rosés.  Don’t get me wrong I like rosé but some I have tried were one dimensional, lacking any personality and seemed a … Continue reading

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