2014 Underwood Pinot Noir – Oregon Value

If I was to ask you to name a Pinot Noir producing region, what comes to mind first? For most Pinot Noir fans, the most likely answer is Burgundy. And why not, its wines are considered to be among the world’s best, which however also puts them as some of the world’s most expensive wine. … Continue reading 2014 Underwood Pinot Noir – Oregon Value

New Review: Yangarra Estate Vineyard 2012 McLaren Vale Old Vine Grenache

I have a wine problem! I've fallen into a tendency lately to focus on only a few select wine regions when it comes to tasting, buying or drinking wine. When reviewing my tasting notes from the last couple of months I noticed this trend. A quick peek in the cellar confirmed my suspicion. Perhaps calling … Continue reading New Review: Yangarra Estate Vineyard 2012 McLaren Vale Old Vine Grenache

Review: Penfolds 2014 Koonunga Hill Shiraz Cabernet

Have you ever purchased a bottle of wine based solely on the fact you liked the label? Years ago I was shopping for wine for a dinner party I was attending. At that time Australian wine was the big thing, so I happened to be browsing through that country section of the wine store. My … Continue reading Review: Penfolds 2014 Koonunga Hill Shiraz Cabernet

Cave Spring 2013 Pinot Noir

How do you answer the question "what's your favourite wine"? Do you have a favourite? Is there one wine from a particular winery that absolutely stands out from all the rest? Perhaps there's one wine that holds a sentimental place in your heart and for that reason you consider it your favourite? For me there … Continue reading Cave Spring 2013 Pinot Noir