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Tucumen Cabernet Sauvignon

Tucumen Cabernet Sauvignon

A busy time in the wine trade. It seems the moment the kiddies returned to school the PR companies and retailers received a shot in theRead More

Viñas del Vero Tempranillo Cabernet Sauvignon Rosado

Viñas del Vero Tempranillo Cabernet Sauvignon Rosado

I can’t keep up. For three weeks I’ve had today marked in the Outlook calendar as Tempranillo Day, for some bright spark has designated today asRead More

A Dish For Howard Park Scotsdale Cabernet Sauvignon

A Dish For Howard Park Scotsdale Cabernet Sauvignon

No apologies for featuring another wine from the excellent Howard Park stable; this is their old vine Cabernet Sauvignon from the Great Southern Region of WesternRead More

Wine Tasting Note: Howard Park Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot, 2004, Western Australia

Wine Tasting Note: Howard Park Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot, 2004, Western Australia

Wine Tasting Note: Howard Park Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot, 2004, Western Australia. Dripping with gorgeous ripe, peppery, scrummy fruit. Wonderful balance and youthfully delicious with smooth blackberry fruitRead More

Wine Tasting Note: Bravante Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, 2003, Napa Valley, USA.

Wine Tasting Note: Bravante Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, 2003, Napa Valley, USA.

Wine Tasting Note: Bravante Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, 2003, Napa Valley, USA.Price approximately £30.Aquired a 3/4 full bottle of this yesterday, a wine left over from aRead More

Andrew Barrow
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White Cabernet – Cabernet Cygne Blanc.

Costing around £12 a bottle a new variety – Cabernet Cygne Blanc – is to be offered from a South African producer. The variety is aRead More

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WIne Tasting Note: Penalolen Cabernet Sauvignon, 2003, Maipo Valley, Chile.

WIne Tasting Note: Penalolen Cabernet Sauvignon, 2003, Maipo Valley, Chile.

This is growing on me. Unimpressed on initial sample – yeh, it’s a cab. minty, blah blah… accompanied a simple meal of venison sausages and chive-spikedRead More

Supertravel Wines for Skiing

Supertravel Wines for Skiing

Wines for Skiing; no not strapping a couple of magnums to your feet and throwing yourself down a slope ’cause that would just be silly. ButRead More

How to Tell The Difference Between Rosemount Wine Blends

How to Tell The Difference Between Rosemount Wine Blends

Many of us like to think we’re clued up on what wines we like and which ones we don’t, but when faced with a supermarket orRead More

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Nino Franco Faìve Rosé Brut Spumante

I felt it on the breeze, that subtle change of the seasons as a breeze sent shivers through a rose bush. The last of the summerRead More

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