The 20th of July 2019 signifies two momentous milestones in history:
It was the day man took one small step on the surface of the moon 50 years ago (1969).
And on that same day in 1969 Bill Taylor first stepped foot on the now renowned Taylors Wines estate in South Australia’s Clare Valley.
This ‘One Small Step’ 2017 Cabernet Merlot also has an older brother, the ‘One Giant Leap’ 2017 Shiraz. I was lucky enough to receive samples of both (thank you!) alongside some gorgeous MakMak moon macaroons. What a treat! Continue reading →
St Anne’s Winery are based in the Perricoota wine region on the Murray River. I recently learnt that they let sheep roam in specific vineyard blocks for a more organic approach to vineyard management. By doing this the sheep help to reduce the weed load and the need for sprays. How baa-rilliant is that 😉 Continue reading →
Introducing Meta Wine – a small batch, organic wine producer based in Melbourne. As soon as these guys reached out to me, I loved their brand. Do you know why? Because I am 100% an internet geek, and for me, when I hear ‘meta’ I immediately think of metadata you add to your website for SEO. I love my job, so their ‘metadata’ approach to their branding really appealed to me. Continue reading →
These are all attributes of this Temple Bruer Organic Wines ‘The Agonist’ 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot from South Australia’s McLaren Vale region. The Agonist range consists of 6 wines all made in small batches from single vineyards. Continue reading →