This fabulous Syrah has a list of fermentation techniques that I had to read thrice. Yes, I use the word thrice.
I’m afraid I don’t know much about the grapes in this wine, nor how it was made. So let’s forego the intro and jump straight into the wine.
This wine didn’t quite fit my narrative in August last year… …but it’s time to dig this out of my backpocket as I’ve been dipping into the various vintages ever… Read More
I’ve been struggling to post after deciding to explore Old Vines in South Africa. Sifting through old Semillon and Chenin…yet all I wanted to talk about was this wine. The… Read More
Cape of Good Hope and Antonij Rupert very generously gifted me a beautifully packaged box of goodies with the loveliest handwritten letter. Free wine is great…but, if you know me…you… Read More
This is another wine that I’ve taken off the shelf and returned to the shelf and taken off the shelf, only to return it to the shelf. Come hither, it… Read More
It’s Cap Classique Day! I’m not usually the biggest bubbly drinker…but how could I resist celebrating our fabulous Methode Cap Classique wines today. Inspired by the gorgeous photos sent to… Read More
I’m usually neither here nor there about Pinot Noir. I could take it or leave it. It’s lovely…but I don’t really get the same giddy feelings that the rest of… Read More