Category Archives: Other Reds

2018 Angullong Orange Region Barbera

It’s been a long time since my wife and I were in Italy.  I can’t remember if we visited the Piedmont region but, being an area that grows the third most planted grape variety in Italy, I reckon I’d remember … Continue reading

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Yalumba Y Series Whites & Rosé

On a beautiful day recently, I took the opportunity to go out onto my deck and take in as much vitamin D as mother nature was prepared to give me.  Looking over my gardens, I was taken by the amount … Continue reading

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2019 Angullong ‘Fossil Hill’ Rosé

As things warm up and we get deeper into the Summer season, we are going to see advertisments encouraging us to slip on a shirt, slop on sunscreen and slap on a hat.  Well, I’d like to encourage you to … Continue reading

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2019 Pig in the House Organic Rosé

Are you familiar with a Chicago (the band) song, “If you leave me now”?  Not far into the start of it you hear one singular ‘ding’ of a triangle (a very under-rated percussion instrument).  You don’t hear it again for … Continue reading

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2019 Bailey Wine Co Mount Gambier Rosé

Hands up if you like rosé.  Hands up if you like Pinot Noir rosé.  You lot are going to love this wine.  For those of you who did not put your hand up, you need to pay attention.  This is … Continue reading

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2019 Golden Grove Estate Rosé Brosé

I may be going over old ground here but, I think I’ve mentioned a few times now that, in my opinion, the best varieties to use for Rosé are Shiraz, Sangiovese, Grenache and Cabernet Franc.  How chuffed was I to … Continue reading

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2018 Golden Grove Estate Granite Belt Joven Tempranillo

When it comes to wine and food matching, from what I’ve been told and read, it’s about flavours and textures and all that sort of thing.  I’m not so sure it has to be an Italian wine with Italian food … Continue reading

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