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Franco Manca - Guildford

With an oven from Napoli as the centrepiece of Franco Manca, a friendly welcome and noisy guests, it’s safe to say an authentic Italian pizza place has arrived in Guildford. 519 more words

Fun Stuff

All In: 2016 harvest has been good

The last big push of harvest saw us pressing Mission Hills Vineyard Sangiovese, not a small amount of wine, to tanks and bringing in the last of our fruit: Mission Hills Vineyard Barbera and… 295 more words

Wine Making

Wine of the Week Recap

I have had a lot of good wine over the years. Here is a list of some of the ones I have had recently. Maybe you are looking for a wine for your next dinner party? 62 more words


Margan Barbera 2014

Part of the “Breaking Ground” single vineyard wines series from Margan. Andrew Margan took “cuttings from the original Montrose vineyard in Mudgee that was planted by Carlo Corino from cuttings he bought (smuggled) from Italy in his suitcase!” 79 more words

Tasting Notes

Vinmonoplet: Wines under 250kr

Azelia Dolcetto 165,-

Oddero Dolcetto 199,-

Mauro Veglio Barbera 198,-

Paolo Scavino Barbera 217,-

Produttori del Barbaresco Langhe Nebbiolo 190,- 28 more words


Mid-Week Wine: Barbera is more than just Piemonte’s 'other' grape

After sangiovese and montepulciano, Barbera is the third most-planted grape in Italy. In Piemonte, its most important growing area, Barbera is generally considered as playing second fiddle to the region’s most noble grape, Nebbiolo. 285 more words


TarraWarra Estate Barbera 2015

The inaugural release of TarraWarra’s Barbera. Grafted in 2012 on to then 23 year old Pinot Noir rootstock in their K Block. Natural ferment and 18 months in French oak (20% new barriques). 92 more words

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