Mount Edward


Mount Edelstone Vineyard Shiraz 2010

This exceeded expectations. On the nose there is aroma of potpourri and garrigue mixed with blood scents and concentrated notes of dried cranberries. On the palette this is concentrated,intense. Loads of fruits, soft tannins and sweet licorice. Very well structured and multi-layered. Excellent. — 7 days ago

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Ryan Vineyard Pinot Noir 2007

After leaving it about 4 hours open... This wine gave me a flashback. Way back in school while backpacking Europe, I bee-lined to the hospices de beaune. Armed with the supplied tastevin, I remember having the ‘78 Echezeaux. And being floored. I said to the old guy there... “wow... this is way better than Bordeaux!!!” He laughed something in French which I took as “you betcha”. — a month ago

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Howard Vineyard

Amos Chardonnay 2012

Time has done wonders. What a gorgeous and generous offering from the Adelaide Hills.
There are many reasons to live in the Adelaide Hills and great Chardonnay is one of those!
— 2 days ago

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Jacob's Creek/Orlando

Reserve Adelaide Hills Chardonnay 2018

Zesty of yellow gold stoned fruit 🍑✖️🍋✖️🍍✖️🥭
Refreshingly creamy
Underneath buttery
Yet zesty balance the texture
Spring rabbit
Finishes oak mild fruitful citrus along, vanilla cream lasting 🌷
— 3 days ago

Ochota Barrels

a forest Pinot Noir 2017

I’m a big huge mega fan of Ochota. This wine has attitude and sass and carries it all off like...I don’t know maybe it’s the “the forest” name but it is like if goth-punk-pop went royal. All the red things: cherry compote rhubarb stew and some cracked peppercorn and dried branches and bramble and a texture of earth. Love it. — 17 hours ago

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@Ellen Clifford Interesting story a few years the Rolling Stones visited Ochota Barrels from Adelaide. As Taras Ochota tells the story 3 black 7 series BMWs came up his driveway. They stayed for lunch and had a singalong on his old piano. I
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@Bob McDonald amazing! That sounds about right...

Gentle Folk Wines

Adelaide Hills Chardonnay 2018

Labeled Village honoring the Burgundian classification
Pure expression, racy, but moderately soft too
Fresh, long, enjoyable
I didn't expect anything, but I found a lot
My kind of at the moment
.. I look forward to drinking the Cru too
— 6 days ago

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Lucy Margaux Vineyards

The Dean's Pinot Noir 2019

Fleshy, full flavor, texturally extraordinary
Very long, vibrant and fresh
Still in its youth
Hold on to this IMO
— 6 days ago

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Great pinot indeed!
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@Ceccherini Cristiano Having a couple of natural wines with this and the Gentle Folk?
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@Bob McDonald for sure!
These 2 will always have a sweet spot for me

Karlo Estates

Estate Pinot Noir 2017

More body than a typical Pinot. — 2 days ago

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A. P. Birks

Wendouree Shiraz 2002

Another Valentines Day treat after the Ruinart. Dark dark Ruby in colour. Trademark Wendouree menthol/eucalyptus also some mint, gravel, blackberry and a tarry creosote element. On the medium to full bodied palate there are concentrated berry tarry and. Mineral flavours. Wonderful texture and tannin regime. Barb found the wine a little porty and I must admit not everyone goes gaga over Wendouree. From vines planted in 1893 and 1919. — 9 days ago

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Arden Barnett

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Dream wine. Cheers!
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@Arden Barnett Yes - quite a rare bird even in this country.

Pike & Joyce

Adelaide Hills Sparkling Pinot Noir Rosé

Pike & Joyce kicking goals in Lenswood. The whole range is worth a look.
If you can get to the cellar door/restaurant it’ll blow your socks off.
— a day ago

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