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This is a very brief report on some dry value Rieslings worth looking at from Germany and Austria.2017 Wittmann 100 Huegel: green apple, ..read more
From time to time, I will introduce new and less well known wineries. The Auld Family has been involved with wine for many generations, ..read more
In the last month, my Australian readership has tripled - not sure how this happened. It has now overtaken my American readership, which ..read more
Sometimes you come across something astonishing, unexpected, and utterly delightful. So it was with this wine. The 2012 De Salis St. EM M ..read more
Tyrrell's Vat 47 Chardonnay has been one of the early benchmarks for quality Australian Chardonnay, and in particular for its ability to ..read more
The pathways of the two Burge winemakers in the Barossa Valley could not be more different. Grant Burge's mantra since the 1980s was growth ..read more
Pyramid Valley is a special winery. When the vineyard was originally planted, it was meant to mirror Burgundy in the southern hemisphere. ..read more
Liv Zak wines is the daughter label of Warramunda Estate, both relatively new ventures in the Yarra Valley. I tasted three of their new ..read more
William Downie creates Pinot Noir from three different regions in Victoria: the Mornington Peninsula, Yarra Valley, and Gippsland. The ..read more
It makes a statement, if somebody uses cork as closure on a bottle of Rosé, even more so if it is an Australian wine. This is meant to be ..read more

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