For every Yellow Tail or Hardy’s, there are a multitude of stories to be told about premium Australian labels that have upheld traditional winemaking ideals with the goal of delivering boutique, terroir-driven wines.
He says: At $20, it’s hard to find a better value and even creeps up to a 4-star rating for me.
She says: A fresh and balanced wine at a great price.
He says: If you have a chance to taste a Morris fortified, do everything you can to make it so.
She says: What a treat… a glass full of lusciously delicious goodness.
He says: For those that have never had a quality sparkling Shiraz, I know what you’re thinking given the utter dross we have in Canada.
She says: I had high expectations for this wine and it definitely delivered.
He says: Nicely balanced with well-integrated oak showing as mellow toast notes, but by no means an oak monster.
She says: A little hot on the alcohol but overall a well-rounded, elegant Chardonnay.
She says: In a word: orgasmic.
He says:. Absolutely outstanding, and a must-have if you ever come across it.
He says: I really enjoyed this wine and wish it was something I could stock a case of at home.
She says: It was a great welcome home.