Showing posts with label Clairette. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Clairette. Show all posts

Saturday, 15 October 2022

Yangarra Estate Ovitelli Blanc 2020

 


Welcome to the debut Ovitelli Blanc release. A magnificent wine, there is plenty going on as you'd expect from Yangarra Estate. The back label states, "Renowned for our Grenache and respecting the distant homelands of this variety, we planted its white varietal cousins." Lovers of texture and interest ought to dip their oar in.

Friday, 29 July 2022

Tim Smith Bugalugs White 2022

 

Becoming a grandfather has certainly softened Tim Smith. He only used to make a Riesling and Viognier. Now he's blending white and making a Rosé. Who is this guy?

Drink this though. It's good. Very good! I feel all levels of Parisian drinking it. Classy and then some. 

Monday, 21 September 2020

Yangarra Estate Blanc 2020

 


Push back those bifold doors and sit on the deck as you chillax with the afternoon breeze on your face and a generous pour of this Blanc in the glass. 

Thursday, 13 September 2018

Yangarra Estate Blanc 2018

I remember tasting components of this wine in barrel with Peter Fraser a few months ago. It's great to now see all elements coming together as they dance across the mouth.
Fraser doesn't make bad wine - this is a beauty.