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Wine Tasting Note: Porter Mill Station Chardonnay, 2004, South Africa.

Wine Tasting Note: Porter Mill Station Chardonnay, 2004, South Africa.

Wine Tasting Note: Porter Mill Station Chardonnay, 2004, Swartland, South Africa. Flying Corkscrew £6.99.Disappointing. It is all very well being fresh, crisp, light and perfectly drinkableRead More

Wine Tasting Note: Trevor Mast Four Sisters Shiraz, 2002, Australia.

Wine Tasting Note: Trevor Mast Four Sisters Shiraz, 2002, Australia.

Four Sisters is the creation of Trevor Mast, owner and winemaker at Mount Langi Ghiran, world famous for its Langi. One year his four daughters createdRead More

Wine Tasting Note: Alejandro Fernández El Vínculo Crianza, 2002, La Mancha, Spain

Wine Tasting Note: Alejandro Fernández El Vínculo Crianza, 2002, La Mancha, Spain

La Mancha, the sprawling plateau south of Madrid, is not re-known for high quality; it’s main claim being the largest wine-growing region both in Spain andRead More

Andrew Barrow
24 Jan
Wine Tasting Note: Stormhoek Shiraz, 2003, Western Cape, South Africa.

Wine Tasting Note: Stormhoek Shiraz, 2003, Western Cape, South Africa.

Late Friday. Only one thing will save us now – red wine and cheese on toast. Not the heights of culinary creativity but with a mobRead More

Wine Tasting Note: Le Moulin des Nonnes Cuvée Inés, 2004, Minervois, France.

Wine Tasting Note: Le Moulin des Nonnes Cuvée Inés, 2004, Minervois, France.

Le Moulin des Nonnes Cuvée Inés. Wine Tasting Note: Le Moulin des Nonnes Cuvée Inés, 2004, Minervois, France.Flying Corkscrew Noel Young Wines around £9.00. Taste offRead More

Andrew Barrow
11 Jan
Wine Tasting Note: Saints Selection Sauvignon Blanc, 2005, Marlborough, New Zealand.

Wine Tasting Note: Saints Selection Sauvignon Blanc, 2005, Marlborough, New Zealand.

Saints Sauvignon Blanc Wine Tasting Note: Saints Sauvignon Blanc, 2005, Marlborough, New Zealand.Threshers £6.99 a bottle.Screwcap removed the wine is splashed into the glass. The lightRead More

Wine Tasting Note: Graham’s Malvedos Port, 1995, Portugal.

Wine Tasting Note: Graham’s Malvedos Port, 1995, Portugal.

Graham’s Malvedos 1995 Another single quinta (vineyard) port and one from the producers top vineyard. While 1995 was not declared as a vintage year the grapesRead More

Andrew Barrow
5 Jan
Wine Tasting Note: Dashwood Pinot Noir, 2004, Marlborough, New Zealand.

Wine Tasting Note: Dashwood Pinot Noir, 2004, Marlborough, New Zealand.

This months Wine Blogging Wednesday has had New Zealand Reds designated as the theme by Cork Dork. Damn fine theme. I seldom purchase Kiwi Reds; theyRead More

Wine Tasting Note: Dashwood Sauvignon Blanc, 2005, Marlborough, New Zealand.

Wine Tasting Note: Dashwood Sauvignon Blanc, 2005, Marlborough, New Zealand.

Served on Boxing Day with a starter of Goats Cheese salad made festive with the addition of cranberries and a dressing of clementine juice, cassis andRead More

Wine Tasting Note: Croft Quinta da Roeda, 1987, Douro, Portugal.

Wine Tasting Note: Croft Quinta da Roeda, 1987, Douro, Portugal.

Croft Quinta Da Roeda 1987 Quinta da Roeda has the quaint tradition of planting a tree every year they produce a port from the vineyard. ForRead More

Andrew Barrow
22 Dec

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