He says: Well done, Foxtrot Vineyards. Massively impressed.
She says: The best BC Chardonnay I have tasted to date.
He says: Simple, boring, and a short finish. Damn, this sucked.
She says: A most uninspiring wine not worthy of its $27 price tag.
He says: This would be better served marketed as a Beaujolais/Pinot Noir blend to be drunk at room temperature rather than chilled.
She says: For those of you that loved cherry-flavoured cough syrup growing up, this is the wine for you. It’s definitely not for me.
He says: We’re always wary of hype, but happy to find it justified in this case.
She says: Easy drinking, with a pleasant finish that is perfect for summer.
He says: It is absolute garbage, and almost undrinkable.
She says: I barely drank any of this wine but a few sips was enough to tell me that I didn’t want any more.
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: Honestly, I’d drink this everyday if we had an endless supply.
She says: At it’s 2010 price of $14 this was a steal but even at 2011 prices, its a great value bottle of bubbles!