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SHAW THING OUT OF ORANGE

SHAW THING OUT OF ORANGE

ICONIC Philip Shaw has released an interesting new blend of merlot, cabernet franc and cabernet sauvignon under his own name, bringing to a half-dozen the range of wines he’s now produced from the Koomooloo Vineyard he established at Orange in the NSW Central West in 1988. The Philip Shaw No 17 from the 2005 vintage […]

TIM’S PATHWAY TO RED HEAVEN

TIM’S PATHWAY TO RED HEAVEN

THOSE who remember Tim Adams’ ripper 1996 and 1998 Clare Valley Cabernets, will find themselves in Red Heaven with his 2004 Cabernet that’s just hit the shelves. This is a block-buster that even Tim, who is not renowned for giving “best ever” gongs to his wines, says he’s confident is he and his team’s “best […]

TIM’S PATHWAY TO RED HEAVEN

TIM’S PATHWAY TO RED HEAVEN

PENFOLDS BIN REDS DO IT AGAIN

PENFOLDS BIN REDS DO IT AGAIN

FEW wines are awaited with as much anticipation by aficionados of good reds as Penfolds annual release of its Bins Range. First launched by legendary Max Schubert in 1960 (Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz) and named after the particular bin or rack in the cellar where they were stored, these wines consistently win acclaim for their […]

PENFOLDS BIN REDS DO IT AGAIN

PENFOLDS BIN REDS DO IT AGAIN

FEW wines are awaited with as much anticipation by aficionados of good reds as Penfolds annual release of its Bins Range. First launched by legendary Max Schubert in 1960 (Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz) and named after the particular bin or rack in the cellar where they were stored, these wines consistently win acclaim for their […]

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