With vintage 2018 well and truly behind us, it’s time to take a look at how regions across Australia and in particular, the Adelaide Hills
Right, now, where were we?
Oh yes, I was going to tell you all about Rob’s recent Vertical Shiraz Tasting.
In the interests of bringing
As promised, some exciting news from the vineyard this week…
At Kim Anderson’s vineyard in Charleston spring has well and truly sprung – despite the
Now that the excitement of his trip to Germany and France has died down and the jet-lag is wearing off, it’s time to put Rob
… not that you’d ever do that on purpose of course!
But occasionally you may come across a bottle of wine with a “fault”. Let’s
… would taste as sweet?! But at Somerled, we prefer them delicate and dry!
If there are a million ways to make a red wine,
…and how did he come to make such amazing wines?
For those of you who haven’t heard, this year marks Rob’s 50th vintage! But,
Casting our minds back to this early post, we now all know how Rob decides it’s time to pick his grapes. But how are they physically
Well, not entirely new. Those of you who have been with us for a while will remember our 2009 Picnic Races Cabernet Sauvignon and our
The excitement of vintage seemed like only yesterday. But this week, the first of our 2018 wines was bottled! Here are the first boxes of our
So, here’s the thing… I’ve had one of THOSE weeks. Luckily, I’ve had a good supply of Somerled wine to get me through. But, I
Ok, I am going to say it once, and then you have to pretend you never heard it.
… or Apera, as we must
After the success of our latest Harvest Day last weekend I thought it was about time we took a closer look at our lesser-known variety.