Tasmania, Australia

Tolpuddle Vineyard

Tasmania Chardonnay 2014

Slight reduction and lots of restraint. A fantastic Chardonnay — 3 days ago

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Josef Chromy

Zdar Pinot Noir

Excellent Pinot, initially funky nose but cleared and revealed dark cherry and mushroom, medium weight, good length. — 13 days ago


Clare Valley & Tasmania Riesling 2010

Lots of fruit but body and complexity — 3 days ago


Semisweet Red Blend

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Shaw and Smith

Tolpuddle Vineyard Pinot Noir 2017

Gorgeous...nose has bright red berries, tomatoes, dried leaves and stem. Palate starts with a fizz and sweetness with balanced tang. Amazing flavours and a tad savoury. Wonder how much better the 2014 wouldve been — 3 days ago

Clarence House Estate

Tasmania Pinot Noir

Not bad at all, especially for the price — 10 days ago

House of Arras

Grand Vintage Champagne Blend 2007

17.5/20 (93/100) Аромат лимона, сливочной карамели, мёда и сдобы. Высокая кислотность. Весьма неплохо. — a month ago


Family Reserve Coal River Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2003

Very interesting nose, difficult to pick it is a cab merlot. Sour cherry and rich plum on the front the Cabernet is evident in the middle back palate with some velvety tannins. lovely accompaniment to chicken schnitzel dinner. — 16 days ago


Tamar Valley Chardonnay 2012

Very pale lemon in colour. Tasted after the Premier Cru Hubert Lamy and similar in many ways - the texture, the acid, the citrus the subdued oak influence, but not as much minerality or salinity. Made by Sue Bell at her Bellwether winery in Coonawarra from Chardonnay grapes from the Tamar River in Tasmania. A good wine in the leaner style - showing the quality of Tasmanian Chardonnay. — 23 days ago

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Little Wine #7 Syrah

Super smart multi vintage blend from Fraser Mcckinely and his Sami Odi, #7 is dominated by 2017 and 2016 and goes down to 2012. Ancient vines (oldest established in 1912) in the hands of an artist gives this wine some serious tension. Not only unique in its composition, but a Barossa Syrah with a stunning presence and vibrant freshness, tucked in a generous but fresh primary fruit profile with a dynamic depth and floral lift lying above the savory background. A pulsing fatigue and a surprisingly fresh spine and velvety tannins is taking it throughout a long finish. Enchanting indeed! — 16 days ago

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