He says: “How can you tell a Pinotage in a blind tasting? Well, it smells like a riot: burning tires and smoke!”
She says: Not only do Lammershoek make good wine, they also have some incredibly eye-catching yet classy labels (no furry animals or cursing in sight).
He says: One of the most bizarre wine bottles I’ve ever seen, with an equally bizarre full-form name.
She says: It is not often you find a 10 year old bottle of German Riesling for under £20.
She says: “Rich” is not normally a word that comes to mind when drinking Fino sherry.
He says: What stands out most for me is how much character this Fino has.
He says: This is a solid Pinot Noir, but would it be worth the $40-50 CAD it’d be priced at in BC? Probably not.
She says: For me, this was a disappointment, especially at the £20 price tag.
He says: We’re actually looking forward to the rest of the new portfolio from this winery.
She says: Lovely, rich fruit and strong grassy notes, all rounded beautifully by a hint of oak.
He says: This is a wine to be savoured slowly, but it tastes so good that you’ll have a hard time keeping your glass full.
She says: It had layer upon layer of flavour, a depth rarely seen by us mere mortals.
He says: On the palate, this wine is bursting with flavour, intensity, and fruit, with well-balanced acidity and a better than average finish.
She says: The fact that this is quite a rich wine, means that I find it enjoyable all year round. Unlike some white wines, it is not just a summer sipper.