Pulled pork bao buns and a Pinot Gris + Riesling + Gewurtztraminer white blend, what’s not to like about that combo.
I didn’t realise how easy and quick bao buns are to make at home, I think I’ll be making these more often plus this bottle of Empirica by Castelli Estate Wines 2018 Fiore Del Campo made an excellent accompaniment and likewise so did the spicy potato pizza we enjoyed with the other half of the bottle for dinner. Continue reading
When we visited the Blue Gables Vineyard cellar door earlier this year they were sold out of this sparkling wine made with Chardonnay and Pinot Gris grapes – I was guttered as I really wanted to try it!
Recently I came across a bottle of it at The Hunting Ground in Sale for $40 and I couldn’t resist. I have to admit, I thought the $40 price tag was a bit steep initially, however, after trying it, I’ll definitely be buying it again! Continue reading
Introducing the 2018 Clementine Blushing Minnie Pinots from Logan Wines. This juicy red wine is a blend of whole bunch fermented Pinot Noir (70%), Pinot Gris fermented on skins (20%) and Pinot Meunier (10%).
I have already posted my tasting notes for the other two wines in this lively Clementine trio of premium cool climate wines named after the winemaker’s daughter, Clementine ‘Minnie’ Logan (Logan Wines Clementine Pinot Gris 2018 & Logan Wines Clementine de la Mer 2018). All bottles are $25 and can be purchased on premise, at select independent retailers and via www.loganwines.com.au Continue reading
A few days ago I introduced the Logan Wines Clementine de la mer and today I’m introducing the next wine in the Clementine trio from Orange, NSW.
Like its namesake, the 2018 Clementine Pinot Gris is a wonderful mix of sweetness and spice and all things nice”
The range is named after Clementine Minnie Logan, winemaker Peter Logan’s daughter. Continue reading