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I love what they have done with the fruit form old vine and dry grown Grenache with a touch of Shiraz.
I was taken with this wine from first sip. McLaren Vale Cabernet is getting better all the time.
Not your typical Petit Verdot. Check out my thoughts on a Diplomats Daughter…… http://youtu.be/YeijfTXH_40
This Grenache Mourvèdre Tempranillo or GMT inspired the neame of Meantime. I have not tasted this blend before. A really enjoyable wine to be shared… http://youtu.be/Z4Y21jLLq1w
A good Shiraz from a new producer (well new for me anyway).
A softer style red wine ready for summer consumption – perfect for this time of year. Check it out – you will not be disappointed.
Who said you could not make a good Cabernet in 2011? This one was so well looked after that the winemaker basically slept with the wine during vintage.
A new name on the McLaren Vale wine scene and based on this effort they will be around for quite a while. This wine made the cut for the Scarce Earth Project Shiraz and is one of my favorites.
Famous name but not many know the brand. Check out my thoughts on this wonderfully soft McLaren Vale red wine.
Two Gruners from the Geoff Hardy stable. Same variety, same vineyard, same winemaker but 2 very different wines.