The awards and scores are staggering: Decanter Platinum: Best NZ Chardonnay, Gold Medal (IWC) & more 19.5, 97 and 98 points you will ever see for one range of wines. Quite extraordinary!
Deep Woods Estate celebrate success at The Perth Royal Wines Awards 2017
It is neither the supreme plots of land with their fantastic, fertile soils, nor the inclusion of fruit from 100+ year old vines, nor their ‘minimal intervention winemaking’ that make Torbreck wines stand out amongst the crowd.
Flowstone is the creation of Stuart Pym who has enjoyed a long and illustrious wine career spanning some 30 years...
James Suckling’s The Top 100 Australian Wines of 2016 and we have 6 amongst the pick of the crop.
Devotus is the first wine venture of Don McConachy and Valerie Worsdale who upon returning to New Zealand in 2013.
Their inaugural 2012 vintage was an immediate sell-out in New Zealand and the latest vintages are award-winning.
Domaine du Clos du Caillou continues to make some of the most profound, layered and sexy wines of this sun-drenched appellation.
The most incredible vertical of both the super-rare Ashmead Cabernet Sauvignon and the iconic Command Shiraz…
"The Tatiarra wines have the potential, given the creative forces behind them, to be the next Penfolds Grange of Australia" thecorkscrew.com
Rob Gibson's wine interest began whilst working for Penfolds in Auckland, New Zealand back in 1974, where he...
If it's good enough for the Queen Mother and the Presidents of the USA, then it's certainly good enough for you!
Luis Cañas Gran Reserva 2008 was found to be the best example of its type within its region… This is no surprise to us...
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Only 300 bottles are heading to the UK and we have been selected to offer 180 bottles to our customers.
Sadly the Varner brothers, Bob and Jim have ended their collaboration with the Neely family, which in short means the 2014’s are the last wines the Varner’s made in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Of course this is not a decision made by the brothers themselves, as they are universally regarded as some of the finest Chardonnay and Pinot Noir producers in the US today. Their landlords, the Neely family, simply want their land back – Who wouldn’t when your tenants have produced some amazing wines year in year out?
Antonio Galloni sums up succinctly “This is a real loss to the region and the wine world more broadly, as the Varners made stunning Chardonnays and Pinots from these sites”.
The Varners have moved to Santa Barbara County, where they are making a new Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from the El Camino and Los Alamos vineyards respectively. Both wines deliver superb quality for the money however, they have many years to go as their Santa Cruz Mountain wines remain reference points for what is possible in these mountain terroirs; namely world-class, rich, phenolic Chardonnays and intense Pinot Noirs.
To that end, and to celebrate the end of an era with brilliance from the Santa Cruz Mountains, we are delighted to offer their final vintage and the superb 2012 Foxglove Chardonnay.
From the eye of an artist and designer it was great to discover wine labels with such free artistic expression.
Here at The Vinorium we have teamed up with Hubert de Bouärd; co-owner of Château Angelus, and the famed Kentish artist Graham.
A really good Olive Oil can enhance the flavour of any dish and adds a textural dimension not found in other oils.
A vegetarian recipe for those summer bbqs when you fancy something different.