Showing posts with label King Valley. Show all posts
Showing posts with label King Valley. Show all posts

Monday 2 October 2023

Clandestine Vineyards Pinot Gris 2023


Aromas explode from the glass with little field flowers and green apple taking the lead. This is a most enjoyable Pinot Gris from Clandestine Vineyards.

Clandestine Vineyards Prosecco Rosé 2023


Have this at a spring time long lunch with those that smile a lot. This is an easygoing fizz where the joy factor is high.

Friday 11 August 2023

Twin Valleys Prosecco 2023


A simple Prosecco that will tickle the fancy of those who enjoy a clean and crisp glass of fizz.

Friday 4 August 2023

Twin Valleys Pinot Grigio 2023


A sessional Pinot Grigio from the King Valley that is ready for the taking. Vibrant with good acidity, tick, tick tick.

Wednesday 12 October 2022

Clandestine Vineyards Prosecco Rosé 2022


Attractive on the eye, this is a crowd-pleasing Prosecco from the King Valley ready to wet your whistle. Solid aperitif gear, think the sun, sarongs and seafood.

Friday 22 July 2022

De Bortoli Re-Write The Rules Pinot Noir 2021


A new label from De Bortoli. A Victorian Pinot Noir but the detail on the label is scant. But it is said to be 'fragrant, fun soulful and vibrant'.

Thursday 23 June 2022

The Flying Winemaker Prosecco NV


A crowd-pleasing King Valley Prosecco sure to put a smile on the dial for those looking for a cold glass of fizz. 

Sunday 12 June 2022

Thursday 30 December 2021

Pizzini Per Gli Angeli 2012

Christmas pudding in a glass is a more than apt description of this hypnotic dessert wine from Pizzini. Per Gli Angeli is Italian for 'For the Angels". Made in the Vin Santo style, when you consider the winemaking process, the angels seem to have taken their fair share too. This is simply sublime.

Thursday 23 December 2021

Santa and d'Sas Renno Riesling 2016


I was gifted this Riesling a little while ago and held off for the right moment. Warming up for six kilos of Porchetta seemed an appropriate occasion. Good gear this with years left in the bank.

Wednesday 15 December 2021

Thick as Thieves Driftwood 2021


This is something. It's smashable deluxe! Juicy, dancy and pretty, it was recommended to me by Joe Caruso - the owner of the uber cool Somm bottle shop on the Gold Coast. If you're in the hood, drop by. And if you ever see one of these on the shelf, reach out and grab one - quickly!

Thursday 18 November 2021

Tuesday 12 October 2021

Pizzini Rubacuori Sangiovese 2016


These playful new labels capture the Pizzini history fabulously. This one is of Katrina Pizzini on the front of what seems her new car. I would be sitting on a Maroon XD Falcon but that's another story... Here we have a serious expression of Sangiovese. Sink your teeth in and your claws. Delicious and then some.

Monday 11 October 2021

Pizzini Coronamento Nebbiolo 2016


Gee, I love the new label of the Coronamento with Robert Pizzini playing in the mountains of Trentino circa 1950. A polished Nebbiolo as you'd expect from the Pizzini's, this is an excellent wine.

Saturday 2 October 2021

Pizzini Il Soffio Prosecco 2019


So good. What a burst of happiness and refreshment! A fizz worth popping in your glass. 

Monday 27 September 2021

Pizzini Arneis 2021


Some weight distinguishes this Arneis from the Riesling and Pinot Grigio in the Pizzini range. The diversity of these wines is something. Not only is there seemingly a wine for every occasion and taste, but the width and breadth of texture and interest are also explored.

Sunday 26 September 2021

Pizzini Riesling 2021


Cool climates deliver green apple goodness that can be seen in Riesling from such districts and this Pizzini release exemplifies that once again. What a fabulous drink. Oh, and have I mentioned how much I love these new labels? Well played team Pizzini for delivering a fresh new look.

Pizzini Pinot Grigio 2021


That soft touch is the feature of this Pinot Grigio from Pizzini. So fine and delicate, you feel like a silk sheet rides through your mouth.