Thursday August 13, 2020

3 wines to try, buy and put by


8th February, 2015
The three wines.

Peter Lehmann, Wigan Riesling, Eden Valley 2006, €27.95, The Corkscrew, Chatham Street, Dublin 2; (90)

When the late Peter Lehmann walked out on Seagrams to found Lehmann in 1979 (they refused to let him continue supporting local Barossa producers), winemaker Andrew Wigan walked out with him. Since the deaths of Lehmann and his son Doug, the winery has been sold to the Casella family, owners of Yellow Tail. But Wigan remains. The wine is molly-coddled, cold...

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