I feel like a few of you may not forgive me if I did another “history lesson” post this week. So, let’s have a break
I feel like we’re at a point in our relationship where we can be open and honest with each other. Don’t you agree?
Waiting, waiting, waiting… waiting for ferments to finish, waiting for malolactic bacteria to start doing its thing and STILL waiting to pick Tempranillo grapes. Lucky
I made my first visit to the winery today! Yep, first time EVER.
I know, right?!
I mean, I’ve set foot in other
I must admit, I was a little nervous handing over the reins to Emma Moody last week… I mean, what would “Senior Deputy Editor, Finance
It’s a super busy time for wineries around Australia. Vintage 2019 is well underway here in the Adelaide Hills, with several producers already picking the first
Today we sold the last few bottles of our 2016 Pinot Noir and have moved onto pouring the 2017 at the bar. So what better time
Tomorrow is the first day of spring (insert “Where has this year gone?” or similar comment here)! So, what better time to have a
… would taste as sweet?! But at Somerled, we prefer them delicate and dry!
If there are a million ways to make a red wine,
If you’re lucky enough to have met Rob, you’ll know that he is understated and unlikely to exaggerate his impressions. He’ll happily enough acknowledge that