Monthly Archives: January 2018

2015 Domaine Dawnelle Pinot d’Or

I tried the 2016 vintage of this wine recently and it was wine that intrigued me so much I had to check out this one.  For me, it was a year older and a year wiser.  Take from that what … Continue reading

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2017 Pig in the House Organic Rosé

You may have noticed that we here in the Peters household have been indulging in a few Rosé wines of late.  And why wouldn’t we?!  There are so many quality versions out there and with the weather so summer-sational of late,  … Continue reading

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2014 Levantine Hill Yarra Valley Syrah

The Levantine Hill story is pretty amazing, which I will save for another day, because I really want to tell you about this wine. A deep colour with a lovely sheen it’s class is evident from the start.  Aromas of … Continue reading

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2016 Domaine Dawnelle Pinot d’Or

This would have to be one of the most difficult reviews I have written.  Not because I don’t like the wine, because I definitely do like the wine.  It’s because it is a wine of many facets, features and personalities … Continue reading

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2016 Ridgemill Estate Chardonnay

How good is this wine.  Not only because of it’s quality but it’s versatility.  I was lucky enough to enjoy a bottle of this with Christmas Lunch. As is always the case, there is a heap of different meats, vegies … Continue reading

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2016 Yelland and Papps Sete Di Vino

I’ve mentioned it before but you’re excused for forgetting what ‘Sete Di Vino’ means.  A friendly and apt reminder; ‘thirst for wine’ (of which I always seem to have for the Y&P wines). Marginally more Primitivo (Zinfandel) than Barbera, both … Continue reading

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2017 Main & Cherry Adelaide Hills Rosé

Recently I was lucky enough to steward at a capital city wine show.  I was blown away by the amount of Rosés entered.  If my memory serves me correctly there were 75 wines.  Think of a red grape variety and it … Continue reading

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