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by Max, Reviewed on Mon, 23/03/2015 - 06:32am
$25.00 Tasted the Scott Fiano Friday night and I had forgotten just how good this variety is, and even more how it is suited to the Australian summer and our food. Aged in old French oak its fresh on the nose and the plate with white flowers, c ...
by Max, Reviewed on Sat, 19/07/2014 - 07:11am
2009 $54.95 This Barbera d Asti is lively juicy and dry all at the same time, aged in Slavonian casks for One and a half years, so the price tag of $54.95 is cheap considering the time spent developing the wonderful palate of ripe red berry fruit ...
by Max, Reviewed on Sat, 19/07/2014 - 07:01am
2013 $28.95 In the glass the wine is a pale golden strawcolour. First up I must state that I drink good white wine at almost room temperature barely refrigerated. Opened Friday night there was lemons & citrus on the nose in the mouth flavours ...
by Max, Reviewed on Sat, 05/07/2014 - 17:08pm
This wine is underrated and I donā??t know why, really I think itā??s the name SEPPELTS just an old fashion brand. I offer it to customers and they look at me and say thatā??s an old wine. Well no, Seppelts is an old brand th ...
by Max, Reviewed on Sat, 17/05/2014 - 12:02pm
$26.95 Nero d'Avola is Sicily's primary grape variety. Likes warm climates making it well suited to Australia. Chalmers was the first Australian producer to plant the variety at Heathcote, and it's still one of the country's better examples. It's ...

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