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Another value offering from Possums Wines….
Wow – what a wonderfully complex wine. This is a wine label I am going to keep an eye on after trying this.
Such an interesting variety from an interesting producer. Tannat is all about strength and it is here in spades. The depth of grape tannins this variety is known for jumps out at you, but this wine is so much more … Continue reading
I was not expecting a Vermentino with oak treatment and lees stirring. I was also not expecting such a complex and refreshing wine that just screams out for grilled sardines.
Well done to the Geoff Hardy team. This McLaren Vale Shiraz shows all the aspects of a good McLaren Vale Shiraz from a difficult vintage.
The other white wine “Blanc”. For me I prefer this to the Savy kind. My first 2013 wine and a beauty!
Check out my second day tasting of this wine. It changed significantly and showed the wine will have a long life.
I am fast becoming a big fan of this family based label. For somebody who is not the biggest Cabernet fan this is another beauty. Check out the rest of my thoughts.
Interesting Shiraz showing some interesting development after being open for a while. Lots of yummy McLaren Vale chocolate.
Another wine from the the 2010 McLaren Vale Scarce Earth Project. This project has been put together to showcase the various geologies of the region and the effect on the wine. Check out my thoughts….