What a beauty on the inside and out. Not to mention the perfect vino after a 2-hour yoga session to celebrate Global Drink Wine Day with.
‘Do it once and do it well’ is the mantra of Freya Hohnen’s father for how he loved and made wine. One which she carries with her. I was in the mood for a Chardy and knew a Margaret River Chard would tick that box. Continue reading →
Arlewood Wines are located in Margaret River and I’ve been lucky enough to try a few of their wines and really enjoyed them. These guys started up shop in 1984 and are also known for their sheep farming.
This 2015 La Bratta Bianco is part of the Vino Bambino portfolio and I couldn’t wait to try the sample they sent me. It’s made from mainly Sauvignon Blanc (79%) with a hint of Semillon (16%) and a splash of Chardonnay (5%). French oak and extended time on the yeast lees were part of the making of this wine. Continue reading →
This was another one of the Toms Cap Vineyard Retreat tipples we enjoyed on our weekend stay at their vineyard cottages here in Gippsland last weekend. This 3 Dog 2017 Chardonnay is barrel fermented yet retains a lot of crisp freshness. Continue reading →