Category: Ridiculous Wines

Go to Zealand

Twice now I’ve tried this wine, and twice I’ve been impressed. The first was a tasting at The Wine Shop where it wasn’t one of the wines we
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Well crafted Chardonnay

Back in Burgundy (in terms of wine and not physically being there) I got to try a wine from producer Prosper Maufoux. This particular expression came from vineyards
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Smells Like a Ford

Every so not so often, you happen to come across one of those down to the bone awesome people, who just happen to share the same interests that
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Unheard of

Considering I’ve always had a fascination with Sauvignon Blanc, it wouldn’t be too large a step to come to enjoy one of its relations going by the names Sauvignonasse
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A Touch of Class

The name Burgundy always commands a level of reverence when it comes to the world of wine. Further still it has been synonymous with great (if not perfect
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Surprise

I needed a Rosè: cheery and a great quaffer (some would argue that should be their only purpose, and even if that would be the case, execution is
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More Sémillon

My infatuation with all things Sémillon (French word derived from “to sow”) is no secret (read all about it here). Therefore each discovery of a new expression (sometimes it could
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Racy Cecily

I’ve always had two minds about people who name their wines after themselves or someone they know. On the one side, that’s a tall order to encapsulate a person
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Savoury for me

Different occasions call for different wines; yet with that said I seem to consistently prefer more savoury earthy Pinot Noirs to their more fruity expressions. This is down purely to personal
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