Pewsey Vale Vineyard

Pewsey Vale Vineyard

Museum Reserve The Contours Riesling 2008

I love aged riesling so much 🥰 This was still very peachy. Very dry. Petrol starting to poke through. Apricots too. — 13 hours ago

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The Revivalist Clarendon Vineyard Merlot 2016

Deep Ruby color, rich fruit aromas with earthy tones. On the palate raspberry and cherry flavors with sweet spice, tobacco and cacao notes, rich tangy and juicy. Soft full tannins, long finish ending with oak and earthy herb ending. Just starting to drink now, will cellar for a decade. Tasting Sample! — 15 days ago

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The Dead Arm McLaren Vale Shiraz 2008

Remarkably youthful despite its age. Robust deep color without browning at the edge.Tastes like it should be good for another 10 or more years — a day ago

Yangarra Estate

Ironheart McLaren Vale Shiraz 2012

A core of dense deep dark fruits, quintessential McLaren Val chocolate, coffee, subtle herbs and spice. Ripe and sweet, with tannin of amazing length and silky yet muscular grip. Sweet as in the very-best-of, not overdone, everything is beautifully balanced and turns to a mild savoury finish. — 18 days ago

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Pewsey Vale Vineyard

Individual Vineyard Selection Eden Valley Dry Riesling 2005

Very interesting but it fades fast, maybe because of the age of the vintage. Cantaloupe and honeydew on the nose. Passion fruit, dragon fruit, honeysuckle and a lemon finish. — 2 days ago

Kay Brothers

Amery Vineyards The Cuthbert Cabernet Sauvignon 2005

Tomato leaf, menthol and muted blackberry nose. Faint liquorice. Beautifully balanced palate with clean lines, lovely tannin structure, depth and length. Chewy black fruit. In a very good place right now. — 17 hours ago

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Yangarra Estate

GSM McLaren Vale Grenache Blend 2014

v14. Bold, decant. Smoked meat and oregano nose. Raspberry and cherry fruit. Dry, astringent, earthy , mocha finish. Balanced, enjoyable. — 4 days ago


MV McLaren Vale Shiraz 2020

2020 vintage. MV Shiraz. MV stands for both Mc Laren Vale and Multiple Vineyards, as this is a 100% Shiraz blend from 4 of the 6 biodynamically farmed Paxton estates. All parcels were vinified seperately, aged in French oak and blended prior to bottling. Intense perfume of blackberries and subtle spices with a hint of eucalyptus. Fresh, energetic and balanced with very good spicy length. Abv. 14%. — 10 days ago

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Bondar Wines

Rayner Vineyard Grenache 2019

A bit funky at the start, almost a natty thing on the nose. Pure raspberry jam, well balanced and elegant. Fun to try and it’s nice to know this family is now the steward of this great vineyard. — 3 days ago

Vale De Capucha

Fossil Fernão Pires Blend 2018

Bready in its breadth and then you take a breath and get the apricot and maybe some mango peel.

Whoosh. After understanding my palate, the homies at Frankly have listened and pointed me to a wonderful bottle. What an adventure. I feel seen.

Waxy, slightly effervescent. Refreshing. I’ll say it again. Refreshing as can be. Well worth the wait after a long run in the heat. Edging on orange, but stopping short of zesty and taking a detour to somewhere along Chenin’s spectrum. Minerality.

Really love this idiosyncratic blend. Something new.

Buy the ticket, take the ride type shiiii.
— 5 days ago

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