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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Al, were the dinners included with all tickets, or were there premium tickets that included the dinner?When we saw the RIng in Seattle, we were on our own for dinner. This was twenty years ago, though, and, my memory being what it is(n't), I really do not remember if there was an option to purchase tickets that included dinner. On the other h... Read More
EM - Yes, Phillip Glass is most excellent. The music was very fluid and a perfect match for the dancers. We don't dance either, although we talked about taking lessons early in our marriage - it never happened. A few slow dances over the years is about what we amounted to. Yes, a ballet of Romeo and Juliet does sound nice. In fact, we alrea... Read More
DV, you could at least link to those BC wines!VV, my first Scherrer Sonoma County PN with duck at Bay Wolf was in that category, and the 2000 Granbussia I killed at Venticello was in the category as well. But honestly, the Bredif I had tonight may not have been an opera singer, but it was no slouch. Chinon--for under $20 Loire reds are your g... Read More
Hard to say what it exactly is, but we've all had moments when wines were really open and "singing" maybe after a quick decant, or hours of air, they just started to open and catch fire. I can think of quite a few wines that stick out in this way, though it seems like a very unpredictable phenomenon. Also, what the heck is going on with wines th... Read More
From March 13 – 15, 2016, ProWein, the leading international trade fair for wines and spirits, will again be a must-attend event for anyone involved in the international wine and spirits market. Launched in 1994 with 321 exhibitors from eight countries and 1,517 visitors, the event has seen huge growth since then: in March 2015, ProWein attracte... Read More
Red,I don't think anybody is bashing Meiomi. The two problems with it are that it's a wolf in sheep's clothing and that it's a little too sweet for those who love dry reds. Okay and thirdly it's an industrial wine. The important thing is that you and GreaseMky (and his wife) are trying wines and enjoying some. It doesn't matter what they are... Read More
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
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