Spanish Red

When you think about which red wine would make a lovely complement for food pairing you can think of giving a try to the El Bonhomme from Valencia, Spain. The Monastrell/Carbenet Sauvignon Bonhomme label wine was produced by the partnership between Nathalie Bonhomme and one of Valencia’s most innovative young winemakers Rafael Cambra. El Bonhomme is made from 50% Cabernet Sauvignon and 50% Monastrell and … Continue reading Spanish Red

Australian Old Vines meet an Exotic Blend

Product: Marananga Dam (Grenache Shiraz Mourvèdre) – 2009 from Barossa Valley. Rate: 92/100 Excellent. Australia leads the world in research into everything from wine closures and irrigation techniques to yeasts. It has the oldest continually cultivated vines in the world. Most Australian wines are characteristically fruity and lack the astringency and tannin of many old world wines. For the Australian old vines enthusiasts, a good … Continue reading Australian Old Vines meet an Exotic Blend