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With the cold weather kicking in here in McLaren Vale I thought I would share a warming fortified with you. Check out my thoughts about the Angoves Grand Tawny. This is a 10 year old Grenache. Advertisements
Dowie Doole has moved it’s tasting facility to it’s headquarters on California Road. They were previously at the Salopian Inn with Gemtree wines until recent times. The new facility is well set up at the end of a small vineyard … Continue reading
One of only 2 fully organically certified vineyard operations in the McLaren Vale region, that I am aware of. I have previously reviewed this operation so I refer you to this entry by clicking here. They have 2 wine ranges, … Continue reading
A McLaren Vale icon d’Arenberg Red Stripe Shiraz Grenache. 2 of my favorite varieties at the moment. A joy to share with you and I hope you enjoy it too.
With geology there is wine – sounds strange but the soils and earth make a difference to the resultant wine. This has been strengthened by my 2009 McLaren Vale Scarce Earth Project wine tastings. Some wineries had different wines from … Continue reading
A very interesting wine from a small winery – well worth checking out 90 Mile Wines.
I have not been feeling well this weekend and I was concerned about what I could write about for this weekend’s blog. So I went looking through my recent wine notes and though I would share some interesting wines I … Continue reading