You may know Windfall Wine Estate for their stunning Merlot’s however I’m here to let you know they also make many other great tipples including a Sauv Blanc.Continue reading
Oh hello there Miss Chardonnay!
Julie Williams and husband Phil Hutton are the duo behind the brand and they place a large importance on sustainable and natural farming methods. In fact for the last 7 years they have followed the principles of biodynamic wine farming.Continue reading
Hands up if you’re a Petit Verdot fan?
I’m loving the amount of PV you can now find in Australia. This red grape is most commonly known in the French Bordeaux blend where it adds structure, tannin, colour and flavour to the wine.Continue reading
Raise your glasses if you enjoy wine made from the Arneis grape variety! And if you haven’t tried wine made from Arneis yet, make sure to add it to your wine tasting bucket list. Continue reading
Have you tried wine made from the Gamay grape yet? It produces a light-bodied red wine that is along the lines of Pinot Noir, although not as common.
It would also be rude not to mention Beaujolais when we talk about Gamay because it’s this region, which sits beside Burgundy in France, that produces around 75% of the Gamay in the world.
It’s also worth noting that this low tannin and naturally high acidity wine is a great food matching wine.
I have come across Gamay a few times this year. Sinapius over in Tassie are producing it and I also found this bottle of Paul Nelson Wines PN 2018 Gamay made from fruit from WA’s Ferguson Valley (Geographe wine region) in Naomi’s cellar recently. Needles to say, we had to crack it! Continue reading