Monthly Archives: June 2022

2018 Matthew Atallah Wines Block a2 Chardonnay

Over the last two or so years I’ve been really getting into new grape varieties, regions and producers.  Thanks to some associations/contacts I’ve made, one of the best ‘finds’ for me has been the Orange region of New South Wales. … Continue reading

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2021 Yalumba Y Series Viognier and Riesling

I remember the times when visiting a cellar door to try wines and the person behind the counter would start with, “…our entry level wines.”  I have to say, I am not a fan of the words ‘entry level’.  It … Continue reading

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2017 Levantine Hill Yarra Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

You can’t have lamb and not have Cabernet Sauvignon as the wine of choice.  They go together, as Forest Gump famously said, “…like peas and carrots” (He meant this in a good way).  Any of the Bordeaux blends too, of … Continue reading

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Domaine A and Moorilla Pinot Noir Releases

When I decided to sit down and have a look at these wines, I said to myself, “I’m going to check out the three pinots.”  I had a little chuckle to myself because it sounded like a movie title, you … Continue reading

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2021 Serere Wines Whitlands Chardonnay

Your face is capable of so many different expressions.  In any one day, I reckon we must show so many emotions and feelings through facial expressions thanks, or not, to what we experience.  It could be something we see, are … Continue reading

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