Absolutely lovely Muscadelle sticky, sweet, easy drinking, orange citrus and sweet liqueur-like aromas and flavors, fortified (but so smooth you never saw the freight train coming until it’s too late — LOL), just a lovely after-dinner tipple, much sweeter than a comparable Port!! — 21 days ago
Med body, savoury acid, reasonably simple but nice length — 10 months ago
The Barrossa Valley and Coonawarra fruit in the King family produced wine was surprisingly soft and very drinkable. — a month ago
From mag. Pop and pour. A thrilling murky dark garnet with bricking. On the nose: beautiful notes of some cherry, cloves, funky mushrooms, smoke, touch of mint. Taste: velvety smooth, nuanced, delicious wine with some dried cherry/plum, leather, black tea, minerals and a smokey spiced vanilla oak medium plus finish. YUM! — 7 months ago
Great wine to enjoy with a friend or alone!
Before I opened, refrigerated for 20 minutes and The more I let it breathe the more I enjoyed the wine. The Tempranillo grape used for this wine, made it a wine I would definitely drink again. — 8 months ago
One of the best Sangiovese I’ve tasted. Really well put together! — 5 months ago
Pale lemon color.
Aromas of honeydew.
Dry. Flavors of honeydew, honeysuckle, lime.
Finish: 5/5 — 5 months ago
No formal notes. From Beechworth in north eastern Victoria in the foothills of the alps and a neighbour of Giaconda who make one of the best Chardonnays in Australia. A very good cool climate Chardy with citrus and grapefruit notes - some flint. Served on Emirates First Class. A touch of well balanced French Oak. — 8 months ago
2004 Vintage Overtly green and herbal on the nose but still with lovely Cabernet sweet fruit and fine tannin. — a year ago