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Penfolds producing remarkable wines since 1844!

The reputation, history and development of Penfolds wines is interwoven with the quality and individual character of company-owned and independently grown vineyards.

At the very heart of Penfolds’ winemaking philosophy is the requirement of the ‘right fruit’… 29 more words


The Tasting Room Goes …

Lounge. Yes, as we all tire of the in-n-out tasting room experience, some wineries are creating a new experience for wine lovers. It favors slow over fast, conversation over banter, and mindfulness over mindlessness in tasting (I hope). 250 more words


First sip of Pinot..

cherry, sweet soul, a song start to conclusion; spice but polite; varying harmony which only makes me more curious; I want to knowing better and kiss it again; Rich gentle clothy texture and pevasion, persuasion; darkness only to show fruit composition and layeredness– gorgeous and gregarious with its astounding steps–


Like Father Like Son

This week’s pick of is a lovely white ‘Chenin Blanc’ wine. It is best served cold, maybe on a nice afternoon. It is nice and crisp as well as very sweet and smooth. 31 more words


It's Time for Whisky!

Suntory Hibiki Mount Fuji 21 years Limited Edition Whisky Now: S$1,050.00

Suntory unveiled a limited edition of its Hibiki 21 years in his famous bottle specially redecorated for the occasion. 82 more words


Question: When is a Pinot Noir more like a Cabernet Franc?

Answer: When it comes from Erich Weber of Hofgut Falkenstein vineyards in the Mosel region of Germany.

I have confessed my love of Pinot Noir recently but Cabernet Franc from the Loire Valley is an old love – I adore both its aromatics and its tantalizing leanness (and yes, there is such a thing.) 337 more words