Here’s an outstanding Chardonnay for all my fellow Chardy lovers out there.
Singlefile Wines in WA’s Great Southern region (Denmark to be exact) have recently released their flagship white wine, the 2017 ‘The Vivienne’ Denmark Chardonnay. It’s named after Co-Founder, Vivienne Snowden and is made in extremely small quantities and only in exceptional years.
I had made the decision quite early on that while I was in Western Australia’s Great Southern wine region, as a part of Taste Great Southern, that I would try and explore as much as possible and I managed to slip in a few wineries while I was there. Continue reading →
After catching up in Sydney with Naomi at the start of the month she sent me home with this bottle of The Lake House 2015 Pinot Noir from WA’s Great Southern wine region. Actually, I was very happy that all 6 bottles in my checked-in luggage made it back to Victoria intact.
This Premium Reserve Denmark Pinot Noir ($45) is made from grapes from a single vineyard. We opted to enjoy it while watching Sabrina on Netflix and indulging in a couple of pieces of Cuvée Chocolate’s Amphora 65% Dark Chocolate.
If you haven’t tried this chocolate yet, then you need to stat! It’s specifically made to match wine. The recommended matches for the Amphora are Pinot Noir, Merlot, Grenache, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, GSM and Tawny Port. Continue reading →