“Pee-tee Vur-doe ” is how you pronounce the red wine grape. Petite Verdot. It’s commonly found in Bordeaux where winemakers add it to blends to enhance the colour, tannin and floral aromas in a wine. However it’s pretty darn good on its own too.
This example I received as a free gift from
Happs in WA’s Margaret River region (thank you!!). Their Three Hills wine range is dedicated to not your typical grape varieties – instead something a little different – like this 2018 Petite Verdot. Continue reading
We celebrated the big 3 month milestone for our little baby TC this week. Where does the time go?!
We figured we’d splurge on a bottle of champagne which we haven’t tried yet. This is not your standard
Piper Heidsieck, it’s their Essentiel Cuvée Reserve e which we bought for $65. Continue reading
Who loves Pinot Noir? And who loves
Rosé? This one is for you!
Introducing the Briar Ridge Limestone Coast 2019 Pinot Noir Rosé.
We recently sipped on this
LS Merchants 2019 Chenin Blanc from WA’s Margaret River region (Yallingup to be exact).
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It is whole bunch pressed and fermented in 20% new 80% 3 year old barriques. Retailing for $30, we bought it as part of a
Drink Chenin Day 6-pack last month.
I also very much love the label on this one. The artwork is by Aiden Lee Smith.
It’s a honey yellow shade with salty stonefruit and citrus aromas rising up from the glass. In the mouth it’s 100% refreshing and incredibly easy to consume. We thoroughly enjoyed it!
All opinions are based on my own taste buds. Wine is subjective & always evolving, so make sure you drink what you enjoy!
What’s classed as ‘old vine’? Well in the case of this 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon from
Taltarni, the vines were planted in the late 1960s. So at least 50 year old vines. Continue reading