The highlight of the afternoon was a great tour with a small group of enthusiastic visitors to the region with a shared passion for food and wine. The pairing with 9 different cheeses at the two fat blokes HQ was fun.
Dark ruby in color with a wide brick rim. Nice nose of blueberries, cherries, black currants, wood, barnyard, dark chocolates, coffee, tobacco, cloves, earth, light vanilla, vegetables, tar, forest floor, vinaigrette and black pepper. Medium […]
Its ruby red to the edge of the wine, berries and plums are in there somewhere but the smooth creamy taste makes it a great wine for non red wine drinkers
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Rippon Vineyard in Autumn. Image credit: Thirst Press. In this episode of Wine for Normal People I catch up with Elizabeth to chat about Central Otago – an area my…
I loved this recent blog from hukev.in on Understanding Wine through Natural Language Processing It was a really interested take on wine reviews and predicting quality with the use of data analytics on the subject which […]
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Following on from our recent tips on which wine to choose while flying economy, we now pull back the curtain dividers to see how an airline chooses its Economy…
I am enjoying a number of very nice Pinot Noirs from Central Otago. I was lucky enough to try an excellent Cabernet Sauvignon from Waiheke Island….
Bordeaux in Australia!! Well not quite but pretty close and well worth a try…
I don’t know about you but in the past I’ve been a bit snobbish about buying my wine from places like ALDI and supermarkets in general. That said…..
On my journey around Australia, courtesy of the Sydney Wine Academy, I came across this Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot blend. At a price point of AUD $9.99 it was great value and very drinkable.