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A pleasant look at an emerging variety – Barbera. Sure it is blended with Cabernet but a journey to a new variety from one of my favorite wineries – Alpha Box & Dice. Advertisements
What an unusual wine. The wine from 2008 was passed through the red wine pressings from 2009 – very unusual characters and very pleasant. Check out this wine from http://www.tastemclarenvale.com.au in their Backyard Shed Cru Red Pack #4
First of all I thought Possum wines was born from a couple of folks that liked possums – well that maybe the case but the name came from parts of the names from the founding couple. Dr John Possingham and … Continue reading
Oops I got my numbering wrong – Oh well there is now 2 Episode 52’s! Join me with my assistant Son in bringing you the wine variety that McLaren Vale does best – Shiraz. This one had surprising results! The … Continue reading