Wolf Blass Yellow Label Cabernet Sauvignon Fosters Wine Estates Wines-Australia-Red Table Cabernet Sauvignon (2004)
|Region:||Australia » South Australia|
|Region:||Australia » South Australia|
Black olive, earthy, resin, smoky vanilla, leafy cassis aromas. Very dry, round, somewhat lean style with a slight tartness. Black olive, smoky, cassis, licorice flavours with a dry, tart finish. 86
Tonight's wine is the 2007 Painted Wolf Red Cape Blend from South Africa. This is my first ever experience with South African wine, and I must admit, Painted Wolves are really ugly creatures! Fortunately the wine is nowhere near ugly like it's name...
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Amid the cavalcade of summer wine recommendations flooding the vino world these days – Rosé, anyone? – often lost in the stampede is the decidedly northern suggestions of Canadian wine experts. This past week Kurtis Kolt, a reporter from Vancouver's The Georgia Straight, offered his advice on what to stock your patio mini-fridge this summer. “Wh... Read More
There is a wolf in the Arkansas hen house and it looks strangely similar to the bear emblazoned on the California flag. According to an article published the last week of March by CBS' Sacramento affiliate, the state of Arkansas is threatening to ban California wines in Arkansas in response to the Golden State's laws which prohibit the sale of ... Read More
With shades of patriotism in the wake of Australia Day, Australian foodie website Good Food name its yearly “Wine Honours” list. “We may not have a long winemaking history in this country, not compared with the Europeans, but we have something they will never have,” contributor Jeni Port wrote, “that true blue, dinky-di never-say-die spirit tha... Read More
The drama continues. Millennials, the tech-savvy generation of wine drinkers known worldwide for their dependence on technology for just about everything, are not the ones who are buying wine online, according to a recent study by Cal Poly San Luis Obispo's wine and viticulture department. The counter-intuitive notion that tech-addicted Millen... Read More
The Scherrers respond personally to every email I send them. They are awesome. I've been touting their wines on here for years. Glad to see them getting so much love.Mike is smart and opinionated. He can be a little prickly, but he actually has a really amazing sense of what matters. Ask him sometime why a wine like DRC can cost as much as ... Read More
I can probably count the number of winemakers that I have met on one hand. Invariably, though, I would describe them as approachable, open, and gracious people. They have consistently treated me with tremendous respect and actually listen to my questions or my opinions as if they have never heard them before. Their responses are always detail... Read More
Lots of articles come out this time of year suggesting wine pairings for large, rustic holiday meals and dinner parties with many conflicting ingredients. Indeed, there are perfect food and wine matches to be discovered. However, I use holidays like these to pair the wines with the guests – especially wine novice guests. The holidays are a chanc... Read More
Boots? Check. Skis? Check. Wine? Of course. Austria's Ski Amadé ski region will combine the joys of skiing, eating and wine drinking from March 14 to March 21 during “Skiing and Wine Enjoyment Week”. The week-long event will take place at 20 different ski lodges in the Ski Amadé area and will feature special menus pairing Austrian wines with dis... Read More
It's been a lazy Tuesday afternoon; I fed rescue cats this morning but I have a break from them tonight because we're heading to Wolf Trap for that Flaminco dancing. Since I was just watching a few movies, I needed some cheap wine to wash down a snack. Naturally that led me to one of our few Maryland wines - this one is called EVOE from the Su... Read More
Boy EM, you are making the most of the Hollywood Bowl this summer. My wife said that she and her girlfriend listened to the Baltimore Symphony [BSO] perform Vivaldi's 4 Seasons, interspersed with Piazzolla's Argentinean 4 Seasons at the Strathmore in Washington DC back in 2007. She said there is nothing like Balachine's La Vaise, with the arri... Read More
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