The Story Behind The Name The name 'Stump Jump' doesn't relate to the English game of cricket (jumping over the stumps at the end of the game), nor the breeding of livestock held in the stumps... Read More
"From granite soils, the appropriately named 2010 St.-Joseph Les Granits has an opaque purple color and gorgeous, dense notes of sweet black cherries with hints of crushed rock, graphite, pen ... Read More
Northern Rhone. The highly sought-after appellation of Hermitage is named after the tiny chapel at its highest point. n Hermitage, Syrah achieves its noblest expression and La Sizeranne has be... Read More
Colour: Great dark garnet-red.
Nose: The first nose is quite closed with a dominant of graphitic, leather, and then intense aromas of pepper, black fruits and scrubs.
Mouth: The attack is rich... Read More
The Chapoutier family have been making wine in the Rhône Valley since 1808, but it is since 1990 when Michel Chapoutier came to the helm that the wines really began to speak of their origin. M... Read More
The name ‘Stump Jump’ pays homage to a significant South Australian invention - the Stump Jump plough. As well as clearing the land around McLaren Vale, it was adopted worldwide in the late 19... Read More
Family owned d’Arenberg is located in the breath taking McLaren Vale in South Australia, and produces an enviable range of wines. From humble beginnings, these wines quickly gained cult status... Read More
Chester Osborn, the remarkable person behind this enormous array of both impeccably high quality and value-priced wines, deserves considerable accolades for what he is able to achieve at all p... Read More
"The 2011 Dead Arm is all about style, poise and savouriness. The gods may have thrown us challenging conditions and admittedly, there is a slight shift in style when compared to the more clas... Read More