For the first time in my life I bought something from one such call recently and yes you guessed it, it was my local wine merchant who had clearly got my details from their loyalty card database.
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 […]
Originally posted on The Wine Wankers:
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…..