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90 Mile Wines opened a cellar door in June 2010 in Middleton (between Victor Harbor and Goolwa) in the same complex as Blues Restaurant and Beach Huts. I was lucky enough to catch up with these wines at the McLaren … Continue reading
I do not get to Clare Valley very often (about 4 times in the last 20 years) but I have made it to Jim Barry wines a number of times. Yet again this iconic winery did not disappoint. With their … Continue reading
I have only been to the Clare Valley 3 times previously to this occasion. On one of those occasions, nearly 20 years ago I went to a tin shed cellar door that had the name Tim Adams. What a difference … Continue reading
Ben Riggs the “Mr Riggs” of this label is the winemaker for Penny’s Hill wines as well and they are all available from the Penny’s Hill Cellar Door in McLaren Vale. They also sell wine under the Whoop Whoop label … Continue reading
This cellar door is one of the new classy style – with lots of new wood, stainless steel and glass. The driveway shows off well manicured vineyards with lots of red roses (the roses also act as a early waring … Continue reading
First things first – I love McLaren Vale and the wines she brings, but I also adore wines from the Barossa. I believe the Barossa, Adelaide Hills, Langhorne Creek and McLaren Vale should join forces to promote South Australian wines … Continue reading
Today I am tasting a Clare Valley Riesling that was made in the Riverland and then a Late Harvest Sauvignon Blanc from the Adelaide Hills that was made in McLaren Vale. Hove you enjoy. Check out these wines and more … Continue reading