A Quick Christmas Day Wine Review
by Wine Writings on


Tasmania vs the World: Mega Sparkling Tasting
by Wine Writings on


Understanding Wine Cellaring: How your wine will age
by Wine Writings on


Penfolds Bin 138: Tasting Note and Five Fast Facts
by Wine Writings on


All about Cava: Castellblanch Cava Brut Zero Reserva tasting
by Wine Writings on


The Wine Writings Top Blogged Wines of 2014
by Wine Writings on


Could Tasmania's wine market might match NZ
by Wine Writings on


Tasmanian Sparkling Festival - Effervescence at Josef Chromy
by Wine Writings on


Tasmanian Pinots, Baby Grange and more musings
by Wine Writings on


Five Wine Moments on Screen
by Wine Writings on


Tasting and visit: Clos des Langres 2011 Monopole Domaine d'Ardhuy
by Wine Writings on


Tasmanian White Wine Weekend - best by varietal
by Wine Writings on


Tastings: Domaine d'Ardhuy Series Part 1
by Wine Writings on


Tasting Notes: Perrin Côtes du Rhône Reserve 2011
by Wine Writings on


Tasting Notes: Dr Loosen Bernkasteler Lay Riesling Kabinett 2013
by Wine Writings on


Tasting: 2010 Yalumba 'The Scribbler' Cabernet Shiraz
by Wine Writings on


Tasting: Highly-rated Leeuwin Estate Wines
by Wine Writings on


Tasting: Bellevue Estate Shiraz 2012
by Wine Writings on


Fox Gordon Wines - Tasting Notes
by Wine Writings on


Wining in style: A Business Class wine list
by Wine Writings on


The Hill of Corton - A few rules
by Wine Writings on


Teusner 'The Gentleman' 2012 Eden Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
by Wine Writings on


Antique Wine Coolers
by Wine Writings on


Cool-climate Shiraz
by Wine Writings on


Billecart Salmon tasting
by Wine Writings on


Billecart-Salmon Champagne visit
by Wine Writings on


Champagne Paul Bara: visit and tasting notes
by Wine Writings on


Chateau Teyssier: Visit and Tasting Part 2
by Wine Writings on


Chateau Teyssier: Visit and tasting
by Wine Writings on

 

POWr Twitter Feed

Que?

I think I was captured by how essentially natural or organic the whole process of winemaking is. It's farming, it's viticulture, it's weather and soil, and many more things. It's the winemaker. But after all these things, after the cap is unscrewed or the cork popped, I (and you) get to enjoy it. Then we talk about it and learn some more. Which is, I guess, the reason why you're here! Here you'll find stories, links, wine education samples and wine reviews. I am entirely independent and my wine reviews and ratings are based on my own thoughts and opinions. I accept no endorsements for products or good reviews. Enjoy! I can be reached for comments, feedback and questions at dbtaylor01@gmail.com. Good drinking to you! David

On the Hill of Corton

On the Hill of Corton

Pinterest

google-site-verification: googleea153cf9581181ce.html