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Wine of the Week: Conte Giangirolamo from Tenute Girolamo (Puglia)

This week’s wine of the week is from Tenute Girolamo. I met Piero Girolamo some three and a half years ago at a Vinitaly… 507 more words

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In honour of the Royal Visit to the Central Otago based Amisfield Vineyard recently, my wine of the week this week is their 2012 Pinot Gris which I was very pleased to discover in… 162 more words


Wine of the Week – Lungarotti Rubesco Riserva Vigna Monticchio 2005

Elegant and complex define this beautiful blend of Lungarotti’s 70 percent Sangiovese and 30 percent Canaiolo from an Italian hillside vineyard 300 meters above sea level. 91 more words

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Wine of the Week: Rosso del Palazzone Lotto, 2011/12

Palazzone is a small producer in Tuscany, around 41 KM south of Siena, famous for producing top quality Brunello di Montalcino.

This isn’t a Brunello di Montalcino but it is made from the same grapes used by the producer in his BM – predominantly sangiovese. 112 more words


What We Have Been Drinking--4/14/2014

Over the course of a week, I taste a bunch of wine, usually with friends, and almost always with my wife. Here are some of the wines we tasted this last week that stood out: 946 more words


Wine of the Week – Robertson Winery, Chardonnay 2013

35 contributing individual farms make up Robertson Winery in the southern tip of South Africa, many of them 7th generation wine growers with an estimated 7.5 million vines. 69 more words

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Wine of the Week

Since daylight savings kicked in here, the weather has turned.  It became winter, suddenly, overnight.  Inevitably with the darkness, rain and southerlies battering Wellington, the craving for curling up on the sofa indoors with a nice bottle of red has replaced my long and wonderful summer filled with Kiwi Savs. 209 more words

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