Monthly Archives: April 2018

2017 Yelland & Papps Second Take Rousanne

This is such a cool wine.  Another of the Yelland & Papps range that really gets my mouth watering in anticipation when I know it’s on its way to my home.  It’s certainly not your normal Rousanne of course but … Continue reading

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2017 Robert Stein SRG (Semillon, Riesling, Gewürztraminer)

I love interesting varieties when it comes to wines and there are a few starting to poke their heads up around the country.  However, there are also some interesting blends starting to show up around the traps as well. This … Continue reading

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2017 Robert Stein Shiraz Nouveau

Shiraz Nouveau sounds very trendy and ‘now’.  Because I’m not a Millenial, I had to look up the meaning of Nouveau and in French it means new, in Old French it means novel so, it fits. Love the colour.  I don’t … Continue reading

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2017 Yelland & Papps Second Take Vermentino

There are many things I like about this wine (and another white wine in the Second Take range) but one I want to mention is that it sort of made me step outside my comfort zone when it comes to … Continue reading

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2017 Huntington Estate ‘Barrel Ferment’ Chardonnay

I like Chardonnay.  No surprises there. The term ‘Barrel Ferment’ will conjure up some interest I’ve no doubt regardless of its ‘sometimes use’ when it comes to Chardonnay. Respect of regional tradition is something that needs to be considered when … Continue reading

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2017 Yalumba Y Series Sangiovese Rosé

I’ve tried the whites in the latest releases of this series and they were incredible wines for the price. I remember reading a review about this Rosé and felt it necessary to buy a bottle and give it a try. … Continue reading

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