Have you done a vertical wine tasting before? And no I’m not simply meaning a tasting where you’re standing.
A vertical tasting is where you try the same wine but from different vintages. While in Perth, I was lucky enough to do a bit of a Below & Above Pinot Noir vertical tasting where we tried the 2013, 2014 and the 2015 (a big thanks to Kia from Below & Above for the 2 samples and the bottle Naomi kindly donated from her cellar). Continue reading →
This Great Southern 2018 Pinot Noir was one of my favourite tipples from my recent Perth trip. It was tasting down right delicious when we cracked it and my taste buds really loved it. Continue reading →
This Storm Bay 2018 Pinot Noir from Tasmania was part of my sample Wine Selectors Customised Plan case from earlier in the year. Alongside 12 delicious bottles of wine, in the case I also received the latest Selector magazine and Wine Selectors ultimate Wine-Lovers Grape Guide. Continue reading →
Pinot and chocolate, two of my favourite things for a night in! I received this new release Bird on a Wire sample from winemaker, Caroline Mooney (thank you) recently. There were only 133 dozen cases produced, so I feel privileged to be one of the lucky ones to taste it. Continue reading →
If you’ve been following along my tasting notes over the last few weeks then you may have spotted my tasting notes for the whites in Logan’s Weemala range. A big thank you to Logan Wines for sending me these new release samples to taste. Continue reading →