Victoria, Australia

Mount Langi Ghiran

Cliff Edge Shiraz 2010

Mid Ruby in colour. Spicy with a little white pepper on the nose. On the palate spicy savoury Cherry notes. The 2nd wine of the iconic Langi from Mount Langi Ghiran. Finishing with Medium plus intensity and ultra soft tannins. One of the best $30 wines around. — 7 days ago

Peter, Ceccherini and 6 others liked this

Giant Steps

Sexton Vineyard Pinot Noir 2014

Light to mid crimson - very Burgundian in colour. Aromatic forest floor with stalky notes - evidence of whole bunch in the ferment. More red fruits on the palate than you would think from the savoury nose. All coming together at 5 nearly 6 years of age. Beautifully balanced and at its peak. Tasting more like a $100 Pinot rather than the $45 which I paid. A thoroughly delicious Yarra Valley Pinot Noir. — a day ago

Casey, Severn and 9 others liked this


Bambina Camelback Vineyard Nebbiolo 2017

best wine i’ve ever had — a day ago

19 Crimes

The Banished Dark Red Blend

Ritch oily smoothness😉 — 14 days ago

Boatrocker Brewing Company

Saison du Bateau Belgian Style Farmhouse Ale

Still don't know what Saison is. Can someone tell me what to expect?

Soft and sweet beer here. Easy drinking. Melon, grapes, wheat, marshmallow. Thought it might be a bit more tart.
— 12 days ago

Ron, P and 7 others liked this

Bass Phillip

The Estate Pinot Noir 2010

Complex aromas of red fruits, stalks, sous bois, and compost heap - the Bass Phillip DNA. On the palate medium weight with great intensity and soft resolved Tannins. Great length - the product of close planting and meticulous horticulture. Consistently a wonderful Pinot and as James Halliday said “eerily Burgundian “. — 16 days ago

Serge, David and 10 others liked this

Giant Steps

Tarraford Vineyard Chardonnay 2017

Aromas of struck match and smoke (or is it from the bushfires in the hinterland of the Gold Coast at the moment)? On the palate citrussy lime and lemon with a fuller texture of medium intensity. Personally I prefer the Applejack vineyard of the individual vineyards at Giant Steps for Chardonnay . Tarraford vineyard good for Syrah. — 5 days ago

Severn, William and 5 others liked this

Bass Phillip

Premium Gippsland Pinot Noir 2009

Wonderful earthy perfume of red fruits, rose petals, mushroom, decayed plant matter, sous bois. Aromas that you go back to time and time again - intoxicating. Medium bodied palate with resolved Tannins, M minus acid and M plus length. Really should not have a Bass Phillip Premium under 10 years of age. 2009 was a good year for BP so Phillip Jones said at the time, but they would have had vintages since which equal or slightly better this. One of Australia’s best Pinot Noirs. — 12 days ago

Jan, James and 12 others liked this

19 Crimes

Victoria Shiraz Durif 2011

Love it. Big bold taste. Super reasonably priced. — 4 days ago

Andrew Peace

Australia Felix Swan Hill-Victoria Sagrantino 2010

Sagrantino from Swan Hill, Australia. Dark garnet colour. Generous nose of spices, black fruit and a little lavender. Palate rich and full, blackberry and blueberry, savoury salty mineral notes and grippy tannins, finishing long with chocolate and smoke. Not as ripe as the 12 but a lovely wine. Drinking well now after 9 years. — 24 days ago

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Andreas Frei

Andreas Frei

Never had an Australian Sagrantino. Thanks for sharing and cheers.