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The Wolftrap

South Africa is a very exciting wine region that is a blend of new and old world wine styles.  There are some very good wines being produced there right now, and It’s been my favorite wine region lately.    321 more words

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2012 Zuccardi Serie A Chardonnay Viognier

Another exceptional values white from Argentina. Featuring lovely aromas of apples, flowers, pears and a slight minerality, with further flavours of peach lingering on the palate, this is a delicious little patio treat. 34 more words


un4seen 2011 white

made from California Chardonnay, Semillon, Moscato, and Viognier; 13.5% ABV
$4 at the Richmond, CA, store on 14 July

Whereas I was drawn to the… 134 more words

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Angullong Fossil Hill 2012 Reds

Angullong vineyards straddle the boundary of the Orange G.I and the Central Ranges G.I in middle New South Wales. The Orange G.I is designated by having vineyards over an altitude of 620 metres above sea level. 328 more words

Tasting Notes

Wine Review: 2011 Rocky Gully Shiraz

For most Americans Australia is known for its decent quality cheap wines that most people consumer at parties. I cannot tell you how many social events I have been to and see a full 1 liter magnum of Yellow Tail wine. 351 more words


The good, the bad, and the meh, part 1.

I’ll do this in order of fondness. The one I really want to talk about is d’Arenberg 2012 White Ochre: Viognier – Marsanne – Roussanne. As nearly as I can tell, this is an export-only offering from Australia’s d’Arenberg. 993 more words

Around the Bend cont'd.

Also located in the Michigan Lake Shore appellation is Domaine Berrien Cellars. Owned by Wally and Katie Walsh, their love of Rhone wines inspired them to plant traditional Rhone varietals including Marsanne, Roussanne, Viognier and Syrah. 303 more words