Have you been to Busselton in WA’s South West yet? If you have then you’ll recognise the Busselton Jetty on this eye-catching label from
Whicher Ridge Wines.
Busselton Jetty is the longest timber-piled jetty in the southern hemisphere at 1,841 metres long.
The Jetty 2019 Sauvignon Blanc & Semillon is made from grapes from the
Geographe wine region. And I love how the back label is a letter from Sauvignon bottle, how cute and quirky! Continue reading
Did you buy one of the
Wine Selectors 2020 Calendar cases? Well if you did, you’ve got this bottle of Coombe Farm Sparkling from the Yarra Valley to look forward to.
This is December’s wine to match the delicious smoked trout and quail egg dish by Neil Cunningham.
You’ve got to love the embroidery look of this Logan Wines 2016 Cabernet Merlot wine label.
This time I got my mum and sister-in-law to help me write a tasting note on this sample I kindly received from
Good Pair Days (thank you!).
I love hearing what others think of wines – everyone’s opinions are valid and it’s so interesting to hear what people pick up and if the wine agrees with their palate or not.
I’ve actually sipped this Irvine ‘The Baroness’ Pét Nat sparkling beauty before. It’s made from Petit Meslier (a lost Champagne variety) and Chardonnay from South Australia’s Eden Valley. Continue reading
My last tasting note was for the
Jacobs Creek 2007 Reserve Shiraz which we tried alongside this 2006 Jacob’s Creek Reserve Cab Sauv and I have to say I’m impressed with how they have both developed over the last 13-14 years. Continue reading