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 →
I do love getting the decanter out. Do you decant many wines?
Decanting wine serves two main purposes, firstly to aerate the wine (to help the aromas and flavours become more prominent) and secondly to seperate out any sediment in the wine. You’ll notice sediment in aged red wines and also in some vintage ports. Continue reading →
This sample bottle of Tatalia 2016 Shiraz from VIC’s Heathcote region I received from the lovely folk at St Anne’s Winery. The RRP for this Aussie Shiraz is $36 and it weights in at 14.5% alcohol. Continue reading →