Unique Wine Storage That You Really Want At Home

By on March 28, 2015 in wine with 0 Comments
Unique Wine Storage That You Really Want At Home

I have to admit, I seldom have bottles of wine at home, that last long enough to be stored. When I make my fortune, and get my own house built, I will have a wine cellar. Maybe some thing like this.

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Bleasdale Second Innings Malbec 2011 Review

By on March 26, 2015 in Malbec with 0 Comments
Bleasdale Second Innings Malbec 2011 Review

There is no doubt that Malbec is my favourite red wine, but in Australia Malbec is rarely seen as a varietal wine. For me it just works, although I prefer Chiliean Malbec as a rule, the Australian breed stacks up pretty well.  The Malbec grape actually has its origin from France, and is one of more »

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10 Strange White Wine Names You Need To Try

By on March 26, 2015 in White wine with 0 Comments
10 Strange White Wine Names You Need To Try

Australia, has some fantastic wineries, and produce some world famous wines. I love discovery when it comes to wine, weather that be a small boutique winery or a wine I’ve never tried before. To be called an ‘alternative’ a variety must represent not more than 1% of the total bearing vines in Australia as defined more »

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Ultimate Wine List – 7 Wines for under $20

By on March 24, 2015 in wine with 0 Comments
Ultimate Wine List – 7 Wines for under $20

I love a wine, but I am also a cheap skate. While I truly believe that wine should be enjoyed in the company of good friends, I also try to find bargains where ever I can. So here are 7 wines that should go on your wine list, that are great value for under $20: more »

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Hunter Valley Wine Region

By on March 22, 2015 in Wine Region with 0 Comments
Hunter Valley Wine Region

Although grape growing in New South Wales began soon after the arrival of the First Fleet in 1788, when vines were planted near what is now known as Circular Key in Sydney Harbour, the industry really grew to prominence in the Hunter Valley. Because of its close proximity to Sydney, the Hunter region is well more »

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Brown Brothers – Dolcetto & Syrah 2014 Review

By on March 21, 2015 in Dolcetto, Red with 0 Comments
Brown Brothers – Dolcetto & Syrah 2014 Review

I can honestly say that in all the years I have been drinking wine, I can remember maybe 4 – 5 times where I tried a bottle of wine, and found that I just didn’t like. The chocolate flavored Shiraz or the Gossips Moscato, but I can honestly say there are 3 times that I more »

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Adelaide Hills Wine Region

By on March 20, 2015 in wine Storage with 0 Comments
Adelaide  Hills Wine Region

The Adelaide Hills wine region stretches from Mount Pleasant to the north down to Mount Compass and the hills behind the McLaren Vale in the south. It has been established as a wine region since the 1840’s when there were as many as 185 grape growers and wine makers in the area. Today there are more »

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Cellarmasters Is Offering Free Delivery On Wine Orders

By on March 19, 2015 in wine with 0 Comments

If you are someone that likes a wine or two, and love the convenience of ordering online,and buying in bulk then cellaring your wine, then check out Cellarmaster’s. They have a fantastic range of wines, with some awesome bargains. like 91 Point rated Limestone Coast Shiraz Cabernet at $11.99 per bottle, or a big bargain more »

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West Cape Howe Shiraz 2011 Review

By on March 19, 2015 in Red, Shiraz with 0 Comments
West Cape Howe Shiraz 2011 Review

Some day’s it rains, some day’s it’s sunny it doesn’t matter what the day is doing. Its always a great day when you have a glass of red in your hand. The West Cape Howe Shiraz 2011 from Western Australia Mt Barker certainly made my whole day so much better. I keep saying this, I more »

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South Australian Barossa Valley Wine Region

By on March 18, 2015 in Wine Region with 0 Comments
South Australian Barossa Valley Wine Region

The Barossa region is widely claimed to be the best known wine region in Australia. It is situated among rolling hills an hour’s drive north of Adelaide. There are more than 50 wineries in this region including the home bases and headquarters of most of Australia’s leading wine companies. Southcorp, in the form of Penfolds’, more »

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